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Italian unification 1213

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  • 1. Italian Unification AP European History St. Anne’s-BelfieldWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 2. Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 3. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification?Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 4. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification? 1. Habsburgs (Austria)Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 5. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification? 1. Habsburgs (Austria) 2. Economics (Regionalism)Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 6. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification? 1. Habsburgs (Austria) 2. Economics (Regionalism) 3. The PopeWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 7. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification? 1. Habsburgs (Austria) 2. Economics (Regionalism) 3. The Pope 4. No tradition of centralized governmentWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 8. Italian Unification Identify barriers to Italian Unification? 1. Habsburgs (Austria) 2. Economics (Regionalism) 3. The Pope 4. No tradition of centralized government 5. Question of government in a united ItalyWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 9. Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 10. Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 11. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 12. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 13. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 14. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unification • Mazzini is considered the “heart” of Italian unificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 15. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unification • Mazzini is considered the “heart” of Italian unificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 16. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unification • Mazzini is considered the “heart” of Italian unification• Giuseppe Garibaldi is considered the “sword” of Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 17. Italian UnificationThe Brain, Heart, and Sword of Italian Unification• Cavour is considered the “brain” of Italian unification • Mazzini is considered the “heart” of Italian unification• Giuseppe Garibaldi is considered the “sword” of Italian UnificationWednesday, March 13, 13
  • 18. Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 19. Compose a narrative of the “process” of Italian Unification (no more than 1page typed) from the perspective of one of the below. 1. You are a liberal nationalist entrepreneur from Venice John, Katie, Will 2. You are a poor Roman Marxist Katherine, Conor, Elm 3. You are a wealthy conservative landowner from Naples Harry, Summer, Jesse 4. You are a Republican Piedmontese émigré’ living in Austria Blake, Dustin, Lila 5. You are a poor Tuscan farmer. Nathan, Maiah, ANS 6. PICK ONE! Casey, CourtneyWednesday, March 13, 13

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