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Unification of Italy and Germany
Transcript of Unification of Italy and Germany
The unification of Italy and Germany
In the beginning
Italy, as we know it today, was not around in the 19th century. It was made up of lots of little provinces, all part of the Austria-Hungary empire.
Then the provinces realized that grouping together would make them more powerful.
The provinces united under the name of Italy
This made trading easier, And Businesses flourished.
Warring provinces made peace.
The country was unified.
The story of Germany is very similar.
The only real difference being the location
The Austria-Hungary Anthem
Here we go again!
The provinces again realized the benefits of being a single entity, so they united and broke of the Austria-Hungary empire and formed Germany
Camillo Benso, Conte di Cavour
(Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour)
Was a politician and played a part in removing Austria from Italy.
Was a sailor who participated in many militant maneuvers to free Italy.
Was a politician, journalist, and an activist in the movement to free Italy.
Otto Von Bismarck
Was the first chancellor of united Germany.
He did a lot of to unite the different provinces of the area to create Germany as we know it today.
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