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How to use this book AS Section: Narrative and Explanation
Introduction Chapter 1: What was Italy like in 1815?
Chapter 2: What happened in the revolutions of the 1820s and 1830s?
Chapter 3: Why was the Risorgimento important?
Chapter 4: What happened in the revolutions of 1848-9
Chapter 5: What was the significance of political and economic developments in Piedmont 1848-59?
Chapter 6: What happened on the road to unification, 1852-9?
Chapter 7: What happened on the road to unity, 1861-71?
Chapter 8: Postscript 1871 onwards AS Assessment A2 Section: Analysis and Interpretation Introduction
Chapter 1: What was the impact of Mazzini and the failure of 1848-9?
Chapter 2: What were the roles played by Cavour and Garibaldi in the unification of Italy?
Chapter 3: What led to the failure of the Church, 1848-71?
Chapter 4: What was the role and impact of foreign powers?
Chapter 5: What were the significant economic, social and cultural divisions in Italy in the period 1848-71?
Chapter 6: What were the strengths and limitations of a united Italy in 1871 and beyond?
A2 Assessment Bibliography Index