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  • Phone: 39 0832 246 311 www. vestashotels.it/risorgimento/risorgimento_hotel. htm

    Puglia's Fiery Pizzica

  • Croatia, still beset by fascist nostalgia and risorgimento, is guilty of the worst permanent ethnic cleansing in post-World War II Europe, that of the US-directed Operation Storm of 1995 which drove hundreds of thousands of Serbs and other ethnic minorities out of the country.

    Eurasian Crossroads: The Caucasus in US-NATO War Plans

  • In Italy the century labels seem to have proved most useful but Romanticismo is used alternately with Il risorgimento.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Americani per combattere un 'altra volta, guerriero canuto, le gloriose battaglie dell' Italico risorgimento.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 25, November, 1859

  • Mazzini's "Young Italy," by the circulation of patriotic literature, and in a variety of other ways, the ground was prepared systematically for the _risorgimento_ upon which the patriots and the prophets had set their hearts.

    The Governments of Europe

  • The monumental Italian work in the field is C. Tivaroni, Storia critica del risorgimento italiano, 9 vols.

    The Governments of Europe

  • He was thirty years old when pressure of cicumstances, Bonaparte's campaigns in Italy, and the hope of a risorgimento in his country drove him in public life.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Italian risorgimento, he directed his attention to political and historical studies.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

  • And the old women are going and are praying because the man is dead: and the soldiers are going and are taking the arms before the risorgimento, but now the law it is redeemed.

    Diversions in Sicily

  • Thus Camillo Cavour, in his efforts to bring unity to 19th-century Italy, looked to Britain for his model, just as British Liberals, coming together as a political party in the 1860s, were united in looking to the Italian risorgimento as an inspiring realisation of their own principles.

    Slate Magazine

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