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The three greatest doctors in Italy were called in to consult.They all bled him without telling each other and so he died.ii.After he died there wasn’t anyone that took his place well.Augustino Depretis and Francesco Crispi took over after.Both made bribery a fine art.Made opponents an offer couldn’t refuse.Either had to join corruption or die.By the beginning of the 20thcentury, G. Giolitti, was the leader and waseven better at corruption.Had theory of governmentIf problem leave it alone because if you do, it either gets or peopleget used to it.His nickname in Italy was the Bologni Sausage.Half jackass and half porkAll of this meant was that Italians were hungry for a better leader.
During the same years that Giolitti was Prime Minister, the socialistparty in Italy had a newspaper called Auanti!Benetino Mussolini was the editor who was charismaticIn 1922, seizes power and imposes fascism4.Everything went wrong after unification.a.Put power in the hands of man promising to solveVII.Bismarck and German UnificationA.Germany1.Geographic expression and the area in which German is spoken2.Two German giantsa.Austria and Prussiai.Both had a specific non-German population.3.More difficult and dangerous than Italian Unificationa.Out of the 39 states, 2 great powersb.Never in history had there ever been a unified Germanyc.If we create a single unified state in the center of Europe, it changes the balanceof power on the continent.B.Unification1.Just as Cavour had seen the outset of the Crimean War, it would have split Europe2.Greatest mind in the 19thcentury was Otto von Bismarck and he became PrimeMinister in Prussiaa.He married a wealthy middle class woman and grew up learning that you have tobe smart.b.He grew big at the time the average man was 5’4 or 5’5i.He was 6’4ii.He would occasionally let his weight go and weigh 260 poundsiii.Mostly he was 220.c.He went to school and learned everything because his mother taught him that hedidn’t have to be the toughest but the smartest.d.In 1848 he was 33 years old.He helped put down the revolutions in Prussiae.What he learned from his time in Vienne was that Austria was a country headingdownhill and believed there would be a time which Prussia would be able toovertake Austria.f.He wanted a one on one war with Austria because he was convinced they couldwini.He didn’t want Russia to get in to it.g.He took the measure of Napoleon IIIi.To most people he was the most powerful man in the world but whatBismarck found out was that Napoleon was a very sick man.ii.This implied to Bismarck that France would stay out of a war in Germany.h.He aimed for the top and knew the top for him was Prime Minister.

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