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Giuseppe Mazzini (without answers)

Mazzini and the Italian nationalists
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Elisabetta Paoli

on 2 December 2015

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The Secret Society of the Charcoal Burners p. 114
GIUSEPPE MAZZINI
"Young Italy is a brotherhood of Italians who ... are convinced Italy is destined to become one nation
THE CARBONARI
"The Nation is ...the welfare of the human race"
LOOKING FOR SUPPORT
~ Looked to the educated ........ and .......
~ Imagined writers, composers, teachers to .........
~ Had little faith in ..... , therefore little interest in ........
~ Consequently rural masses .........
~ Born in ...... in .......
~ 1827 joined the .......

~... founded new society ..........
~ main aim: create ...........

~ envisaged: "............"
~ achieve national unity by own efforts: "Italy will ........"
Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
United States of Europe p. 114
Giuseppe Mazzini's Legacy
Preparing the way for a people's war of national liberation
MAZZINI'S YOUNG ITALY
~ Create Republican Nation States
~ Italy = model for ....
~ Italy achieve unity by ...
~ " ....."
~ p. 117 As a revolutionary leader = failure
~ Movement = too .... and too ....
~ Well known and influenced patriots
~ Movement replaced .....
~ Lived rest of his life in .....
~ Max age for membership ....
~ Members dedicated to make Italy "....."
~ 1831-3 Mazzini ......
~ 1833 failure to .....
~ 1836 forced to ........
ITALIAN NATIONALISTS
The Roman Republic 1848
4A LL & 4D LL
~ Giuseppe Mazzini
Mazzini and Italian Nationalism
p. 119 Mazzini and his greatest disciple
~ The Pope's unpopular chief minister .... was ......
~ Rioting broke out in ....
~ Pope .....
~ ....... establishment of Roman Republic
~ March 1849 Mazzini appointed ....

RESTORING THE POPE
Why did the Roman Republic fail?
~ Garibaldi ....
~ City finally fell in ......
~ ...... and ...... both ....
~ Papal states:
- more reactionary than before
- All liberal reforms cancelled
- Pope returned in ....
- Crowds cheered him



~ The Pope appealed to .... for help.
~ Decisive campaign = ....
~ Louis Napoleon wanted to ...
THE ROLE OF THE SECRET SOCIETIES
Different Rituals and Diverse Aims p. 113
Secret Societies
~ Against .....
~ Members were:
- .....
- .....
- ....
- ....


~ Divided into ...
~ Main objectives:
....
....
....
~ Common feature...
Limits of e Secret Societies
Unsuccessful revolutions p. 114
Unable to direct ....
Most serious weakness = ......
Republicanism
"Young Italy is republican and unitarian - republican because every nation is destined to form a free and equal community of brothers"

p. 116
What seem to have been the main aims of Young Italy?
How did Mazzini think Young Italy would achieve its aims?

text book p. 114
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