CHAPTER 16 Section 1: The Unification of Italy Section 2: The Unification of Germany Section 3: Opposition to Bismarck Sec...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Advantage: Disadvantage: Option 1 attack Garibaldi Advantage: Disadvantage: Option 2 al...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Ideals of the French Revolution United under Napoleon
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Congress of Vienna divided Italy into several large & small states. Austria ruled Lomba...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Despite this, nationalism continued to grow…
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Early 1800s, thinkers & writers tried to revive interest in Italy’s traditions … Risorg...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Carbonari
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Mazzini “ neither pope nor king” but rather a republic.
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy … the first Italian democratic movement embracing all classes  Young Italy … by 1833 th...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy In 1848 the revolutionaries seized Rome, setting up a republic governed by Mazzini and ...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy The revolts of 1848-49 failed. Only the Kingdom of Sardinia (Piedmont-Sardinia) remaine...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Italian nationalists had little success . . . Conservatives = federation of Italian sta...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Camillo Cavour chief minister of the Kingdom of Sardinia Wanted Sardinia to lead the wa...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Austria was the greatest barrier in Italian unification. The Two Players …. Cavour Napo...
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Guiseppe Garibaldi 1854 Red Shirts
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy “ Expedition of the Thousand”
Visual Source The Unification of Italy
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy In the fall of 1860 Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel met in Naples.
Unification and Its Problems <ul><li>Little experience with self-gov’t </li></ul><ul><li>Cultural differences divided the ...
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
Visual Sources The Unification of Italy
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy The Right Leg in the Boot at Last!! Garibaldi:&quot;If it won't go on Sire, try...
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Advantage: Disadvantage: reasserts the leadership of Sardinia decreases likelihood of c...
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  • Nationalists could not work openly and had to form secret societies.
  • His rule was short-lived. The pope appealed to Catholic countries for help, and a French army landed in Italy; after heroic resistance, the republic was crushed, and Mazzini left Rome.
  • This Harper&apos;s Weekly cartoon glorifies Giuseppe Garibaldi, the military leader of the Italian independence and unification movement, as a liberator of the Italian people from their oppressive rulers.  He appears as Perseus, the mythical Greek hero who rescued Princess Andromeda (here, Sicily) from a sea monster (here, &amp;quot;Bomba,&amp;quot; King Ferdinand II of Sicily). 
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    1. 1. CHAPTER 16 Section 1: The Unification of Italy Section 2: The Unification of Germany Section 3: Opposition to Bismarck Section 4: Reform and Revolution in Russia Section 5: Unrest in Austria-Hungary Nationalism in Europe
    2. 2. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Advantage: Disadvantage: Option 1 attack Garibaldi Advantage: Disadvantage: Option 2 allow Garibaldi to take power Problem: Garibaldi could take power from Cavour 16.1 Bell Ringer: What were Cavour’s options for preventing Garibaldi from taking power?
    3. 3. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Ideals of the French Revolution United under Napoleon
    4. 4. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Congress of Vienna divided Italy into several large & small states. Austria ruled Lombardy and Venetia.
    5. 5. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Despite this, nationalism continued to grow…
    6. 6. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Early 1800s, thinkers & writers tried to revive interest in Italy’s traditions … Risorgimento Goals? LIBERATION UNIFICATION
    7. 7. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Carbonari
    8. 8. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Mazzini “ neither pope nor king” but rather a republic.
    9. 9. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy … the first Italian democratic movement embracing all classes Young Italy … by 1833 there were 60,000 members
    10. 10. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy In 1848 the revolutionaries seized Rome, setting up a republic governed by Mazzini and two other leaders.
    11. 11. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy The revolts of 1848-49 failed. Only the Kingdom of Sardinia (Piedmont-Sardinia) remained a completely independent state.
    12. 12. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Italian nationalists had little success . . . Conservatives = federation of Italian states ruled by the pope Liberals = a constitutional monarchy under Victor Emmanuel of Sardinia
    13. 13. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Camillo Cavour chief minister of the Kingdom of Sardinia Wanted Sardinia to lead the way in uniting Italy
    14. 14. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Austria was the greatest barrier in Italian unification. The Two Players …. Cavour Napoleon III
    15. 15. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy
    16. 16. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Guiseppe Garibaldi 1854 Red Shirts
    17. 17. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy “ Expedition of the Thousand”
    18. 18. Visual Source The Unification of Italy
    19. 19. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy In the fall of 1860 Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel met in Naples.
    20. 20. Unification and Its Problems <ul><li>Little experience with self-gov’t </li></ul><ul><li>Cultural differences divided the country </li></ul><ul><li>Tensions between industrialized north and agricultural south </li></ul><ul><li>Standard of living was very low </li></ul><ul><li>Labor problems </li></ul>SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy
    21. 21. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
    22. 22. Visual Sources The Unification of Italy
    23. 23. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy The Right Leg in the Boot at Last!! Garibaldi:&quot;If it won't go on Sire, try a little powder.&quot; (as in GUNpowder)
    24. 24. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
    25. 25. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
    26. 26. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
    27. 27. Political Cartoon The Unification of Italy
    28. 28. SECTION 1 The Unification of Italy Advantage: Disadvantage: reasserts the leadership of Sardinia decreases likelihood of capturing northern Italy Option 1 attack Garibaldi Advantage: Disadvantage: increases likelihood of taking northern Italy from Austria gives Emmanuel II’s power to Garibaldi Option 2 allow Garibaldi to take power Problem: Garibaldi could take power from Cavour

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