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📙 Visiting Modern War in Risorgimento Italy by Jonathan Marwil (auth.) — pdf free


This book examines the social and cultural consequences of a war normally looked at for its role in the story of Italian unification - the convergence of French, Austrian, and Piedmont-Sardinian armies in northern Italy in 1859, referred to in Italy as the "Second War for Independence."



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