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Italian Unification

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Italian Unification

Italian Unification

Ed Podesta

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Latest Episodes

Episode 19 – The completion of Italy and her on-going problems

Today’s podcast is the final one in our series about Italian unification. As we saw in the last podcast the first 10 years of a united Italy after 1860 saw the new state go through severe birth pains. In the … Continue reading →

9 MIN2014 OCT 3
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Episode 19 – The completion of Italy and her on-going problems

Episode 18 – How successful was the new state of Italy after 1860?

Italy (and for that matter many Italians) went through a difficult time in the 10 years after the unification of North and South in 1860. Over the next two podcasts we’ll look at those difficulties in 6 different categories: Continuing … Continue reading →

10 MIN2014 SEP 24
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Episode 18 – How successful was the new state of Italy after 1860?

Episode 17 – How did Garibaldi Conquer the South in 1860?

As we heard last time, when the Kingdom of northern Italy was formally announced in January 1860, Cavour had largely fulfilled his ambitions for the expansion of Piedmont by creating a Kingdom of Italy which included Parma, Modena, Tuscay, Lombardy … Continue reading →

11 MIN2014 SEP 17
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Episode 17 – How did Garibaldi Conquer the South in 1860?

The Peace of Villafranca

As we heard in the last podcast, on the 11th of August 1859 Emperor Napoleon III of France met with Emperor Francis Joseph I of Austria in the Swiss town of Villafranca to agree a peace deal, which would end … Continue reading →

12 MIN2014 MAR 7
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The Peace of Villafranca

Episode 15 – The War of 1859 and the Peace of Villafranca

In the last podcast we covered the reasons for, and the build up to the war of 1859, sometimes called the ‘Second War of Independence’. In today’s podcast we’ll look at the course of that war, and discuss what it … Continue reading →

-1 s2014 JAN 31
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Episode 15 – The War of 1859 and the Peace of Villafranca

Episode 14 – The Orsini Plot and the Secret Meeting in Plombieres 1858

At the end of the podcast we learned that in 1856 Cavour had become a little over-excited and put forward a plan for war with Austria which the British Foreign Secretary had described as not ‘practical’ and ‘absurd’. However, within … Continue reading →

-1 s2013 SEP 16
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Episode 14 – The Orsini Plot and the Secret Meeting in Plombieres 1858

Episode 13 – The Development of Piedmont (Part II)

In the last podcast (quite a long time ago) we learned about Cavour’s part in the political, economic and industrial development of Piedmont in the 1850s’. In this second podcast about the development of Piedmont we’re going to cover diplomatic … Continue reading →

-1 s2013 SEP 11
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Episode 13 – The Development of Piedmont (Part II)

Episode 12 – The Development of Piedmont (part I)

In this episode we consider the ways that Piedmont developed after the setbacks of the 1848 and 1849 revolutions. We’ll find out about the political, economic and industrial development of Piedmont, and in the next episode we’ll follow up with … Continue reading →

9 MIN2011 NOV 22
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Episode 12 – The Development of Piedmont (part I)

Episode 11 – The Impact of the 1848 – 9 Revolutions

Why did the revolutions of 1848-9 fail to make any immediate impact on the situation in Italy? This podcast explores the immediate and long term impact of the revolutions of 1848-9. Podcast Transcript

-1 s2011 FEB 1
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Episode 11 – The Impact of the 1848 – 9 Revolutions

Episode 10 – The Radical Revolts of 1849 and 1849

In 1848 the moderates, Charles Albert and Cassati the Podesta of Milan had been at the head of the attempt to liberate Italy from Austrian rule. As their attempts failed more radical revolutionaries made the attempt. Podcast Transcript

-1 s2011 FEB 1
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Episode 10 – The Radical Revolts of 1849 and 1849
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Latest Episodes

Episode 19 – The completion of Italy and her on-going problems

Today’s podcast is the final one in our series about Italian unification. As we saw in the last podcast the first 10 years of a united Italy after 1860 saw the new state go through severe birth pains. In the … Continue reading →

9 MIN2014 OCT 3
Comments
Episode 19 – The completion of Italy and her on-going problems

Episode 18 – How successful was the new state of Italy after 1860?

Italy (and for that matter many Italians) went through a difficult time in the 10 years after the unification of North and South in 1860. Over the next two podcasts we’ll look at those difficulties in 6 different categories: Continuing … Continue reading →

10 MIN2014 SEP 24
Comments
Episode 18 – How successful was the new state of Italy after 1860?

Episode 17 – How did Garibaldi Conquer the South in 1860?

As we heard last time, when the Kingdom of northern Italy was formally announced in January 1860, Cavour had largely fulfilled his ambitions for the expansion of Piedmont by creating a Kingdom of Italy which included Parma, Modena, Tuscay, Lombardy … Continue reading →

11 MIN2014 SEP 17
Comments
Episode 17 – How did Garibaldi Conquer the South in 1860?

The Peace of Villafranca

As we heard in the last podcast, on the 11th of August 1859 Emperor Napoleon III of France met with Emperor Francis Joseph I of Austria in the Swiss town of Villafranca to agree a peace deal, which would end … Continue reading →

12 MIN2014 MAR 7
Comments
The Peace of Villafranca

Episode 15 – The War of 1859 and the Peace of Villafranca

In the last podcast we covered the reasons for, and the build up to the war of 1859, sometimes called the ‘Second War of Independence’. In today’s podcast we’ll look at the course of that war, and discuss what it … Continue reading →

-1 s2014 JAN 31
Comments
Episode 15 – The War of 1859 and the Peace of Villafranca

Episode 14 – The Orsini Plot and the Secret Meeting in Plombieres 1858

At the end of the podcast we learned that in 1856 Cavour had become a little over-excited and put forward a plan for war with Austria which the British Foreign Secretary had described as not ‘practical’ and ‘absurd’. However, within … Continue reading →

-1 s2013 SEP 16
Comments
Episode 14 – The Orsini Plot and the Secret Meeting in Plombieres 1858

Episode 13 – The Development of Piedmont (Part II)

In the last podcast (quite a long time ago) we learned about Cavour’s part in the political, economic and industrial development of Piedmont in the 1850s’. In this second podcast about the development of Piedmont we’re going to cover diplomatic … Continue reading →

-1 s2013 SEP 11
Comments
Episode 13 – The Development of Piedmont (Part II)

Episode 12 – The Development of Piedmont (part I)

In this episode we consider the ways that Piedmont developed after the setbacks of the 1848 and 1849 revolutions. We’ll find out about the political, economic and industrial development of Piedmont, and in the next episode we’ll follow up with … Continue reading →

9 MIN2011 NOV 22
Comments
Episode 12 – The Development of Piedmont (part I)

Episode 11 – The Impact of the 1848 – 9 Revolutions

Why did the revolutions of 1848-9 fail to make any immediate impact on the situation in Italy? This podcast explores the immediate and long term impact of the revolutions of 1848-9. Podcast Transcript

-1 s2011 FEB 1
Comments
Episode 11 – The Impact of the 1848 – 9 Revolutions

Episode 10 – The Radical Revolts of 1849 and 1849

In 1848 the moderates, Charles Albert and Cassati the Podesta of Milan had been at the head of the attempt to liberate Italy from Austrian rule. As their attempts failed more radical revolutionaries made the attempt. Podcast Transcript

-1 s2011 FEB 1
Comments
Episode 10 – The Radical Revolts of 1849 and 1849
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