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The Second Republic (1848-1852)
The Second Empire ( )
War, Siege, the Commune (1870-1871)
Napoleon & Bismarck as friends
Napoleon III Surrenders to Bismarck
Napoleon III as Bismarck's prisoner
A French cartoon entitled Entrée du Charlemagne moderne à Paris, depicting the German chancellor Bismarck, with Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany riding a pig (Napoleon) down the Champs Elysées in Paris, France.
France: Paris Commune
Hotel de Ville
Almanach Francais - the execution of members of the commune
The German princes swear allegiance to Wilhelm IThe German princes swear allegiance to Wilhelm I. Bismarck is standing on the steps.
The Third Republic ( )
Adolphe Thiers ( )
Léon Gambetta proclaimed Thiers 'liberator of land'
Leon Gambetta Marie Edmé Patrice de MacMahon
Giuseppe Mazzini Risorgimento
Giuseppe Mazzini Pope PiusIX
King Victor Emmanuel –King of Sardinia
King Victor Emmanuel II& Pope Pius IX
Count Camillo Benso di Cavour
Giuseppe Garibaldi “Red Shirts: impresa dei Mille” – (enterprise of one thousand) –free the South from the Bourbons
Garibaldi & Mazzini
Garibaldi & King Victor Emmanuel
A contemporary British cartoon, entitled "Right Leg in the Boot at Last," shows Garibaldi helping Victor Emmanuel put on the Italian boot.
Victor Emmanuel Monument
Mid-19c European Nationalism.
Nation-States & Imperialism I.Intro II.Nation-States A.Background B.Germany III.Imperialism A.Africa & Asia B.US IV.Conc. Key Terms Cavour Garibaldi Kaiser.
ITALIAN NATIONALISM and the creation of united ITALY.
Unification Italy and Germany. Nationalism ► Nationalism - Loyalty to a nation rather than to its ruler Peoples’ national identity People share common.
Count Cavour [The “Head”] Giuseppi Garibaldi [The “Sword”] King Victor Emmanuel II Giuseppi Mazzini [The “Heart”] Italian Nationalist Leaders.
HWH UNIT 7 CHAPTER Count Cavour (The “ Mind ” ) Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Sardinia Believed in Realpolitik Much like Bismarck Will be.
Uniting Nations – by force History 104 / March 6, 2013.
European Nationalism Unification of Italy and Germany,
Garibaldi Defends Rome Against the French, (April 30, 1849)
The Unification of Italy chapter 25 section 1 Daily Quiz.
The Kingdom of Italy was ruled by Napoleon, Naples by his brother-in- law and Rome by the Pope.
The Unification of Italy. In the early 19th century, Italy was a “geographical expression”, not a political entity.
The Effects of Nationalism. Italian Unification Giuseppe Mazzini – Unite Italy Kingdom of Sardinia – Most powerful city-state Camillo di Cavour – Napoleon.
NationalismUnification France’s Revolution in !848.
Italian Unification Italy before unification: People of each region identify themselves by their region. People from Tuscany were Tuscans, not Italians.
Italy & Germany. Count Cavour [The “Head”] Giuseppi Garibaldi [The “Sword”] King Victor Emmanuel II Giuseppi Mazzini [The “Heart”] Italian Nationalist.
Unification of Germany & Italy. GERMANY 1849 Independent small German states (Prussia largest) **Similarities: German language & Protestant faith.
Italian & German Unification. Italy ( ) Antiquity: Roman Empire 1. Why wasn’t Italy united before 1850?
Chapter 12 Political Turmoil in Europe. French Revolution France was at the end of the Enlightenment. Voltaire wrote many books about Enlightenment ideas.
1. What is a Nation-State? Looking at the Map: 2. What factors make uniting difficult?
Chapter 23 sec. 3 Unifying Italy Mr. Marsh Columbus North High School.
The Unification of Italy and Germany 1850s-1870s.
The Crimean War [ ] Russia [claimed protectorship over the Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Empire Great Britain France Piedmont-Sardinia.
UNIFYING ITALY. VENICE FLORENCE ROME CINQUE TERRE.
Nationalism: Uniting Italy & Germany World History.
Unification of Italy. Italy and Germany Nationalism destroyed empires but resulted in building of some nations – Italy and Germany are the two biggest.
Nationalism Revolutions of 1848: Liberalism and Nationalism Split Re-emergence of France’s power.
Russia [claimed protectorship over the Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Empire Great Britain France Piedmont-Sardinia Crimean War.
CHAPTER 16 Section 1:The Unification of Italy Objectives Describe the events that led to nationalist movements for unification in Italy. Identify the important.
Unification of Italy & Germany. Vocabulary Nationalism: pride in one’s own nation; desire for independence Nation-State: a political state whose people.
ITALIAN UNIFICATION Early Steps Toward Unification – Chapter 9: Section 1 (First Portion)
Congress of Vienna and the Unification of Italy. Congress of Vienna A meeting of Royalty held in Vienna, Austria. September 1814 through June 1815 The.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Giuseppe Mazzini – “The Heart” Grassroots unification Italian Risorgimento.
Nationalism The Unification of Germany and Italy.
Unification of Italy and Germany. "The word 'Italy' is a geographical expression, a description which is useful shorthand, but has none of the political.
How the world was shaped via cultural and national identities Aim: How did Nationalism shape the world? 'Do Now: Define: Nationalism.
The Crimean War [ ] Russia [claimed authority over the Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Empire ] Ottoman Empire Great Britain France Piedmont-Sardinia.
German & Italian Unification I. Why Unify Germany? A. Nationalism B. Common Language - German C. Common Religion - Christianity D. Common History & Customs.
The Nationalist Period, : The Unification Movements AP European History Androstic
1 Ch. 25: Nationalism in Europe Sec. 1: The Unification of Italy.
Unification in Germany and Italy. Agenda Bell Ringer: What is the video clip depicting? 1. Lecture: German and Italian Unification. 2. Compare and Contrast.
Italian Peninsula had not been unified since fall of Roman Empire Most people spoke same language, but peninsula was divided into competing states, each.
THE GROWTH OF NATIONALISM Nationalism - pride in one’s country and its independence Napoleon spread this idea to all of Europe People began to want.
Have out your Write Now paper, spiral, summaries, and map.
Unification of Italy and Germany , Objective 1: to explore the unification of Italy and Germany and how Nationalism contributed to it.
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