Napoleon III Foreign Policy: Italy

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  • Foreign Policy- Italy
    • Jan 1849
      • Napoleon is President.
      • Sends a small troop to Italy with own funds
      • Sends Oudinot to Rome to prevent fall of Roman Republic
      • July 1849: Mazzini's Republic ended by French forces
        • Foreign Policy- Italy
          • Jan 1849
            • Napoleon is President.
            • Sends a small troop to Italy with own funds
            • Sends Oudinot to Rome to prevent fall of Roman Republic
            • July 1849: Mazzini's Republic ended by French forces
            • Successes
              • Given him support from Catholics and conservatives
              • France dominates Rome: Austria can't do anything without consulting France
            • Failures
              • Lost support from Republicans, socialists and Radicals
              • Lost the support of Italy
              • Made Austria an enemy
            • Pact of Plombiere (swapped sides)
              • Successes
                • Gained the lost territory from Vienna Settlement
                  • Savoy and Nice
                • Weakened Austria
              • Failures
                • Massive amount dead
                • Balance of Power may alarm other G.Ps
                • Created a United Italy
                  • He wanted a Federal one
                • Italy weary of France, reluctant to side with her
            • 1859-1861
              • Successes
                • Weakened Austria
                • Won the war
                  • Beat a G.P
                • Created a United Italy
                • Preserved Catholic support- Pope still head of Rome
              • Failures
                • The United Italy isn't the one he wanted
                • Casualty rate
                • Pope lost some territory
                • French army in Rome seen as main obstacle
                • Disappointed Republicans
                • France doesn't have secure alliance with Italy
                • Creates the Roman Question for himself
      • Successes
        • Given him support from Catholics and conservatives
        • France dominates Rome: Austria can't do anything without consulting France
      • Failures
        • Lost support from Republicans, socialists and Radicals
        • Lost the support of Italy
        • Made Austria an enemy
      • Pact of Plombiere (swapped sides)
        • Successes
          • Gained the lost territory from Vienna Settlement
            • Savoy and Nice
          • Weakened Austria
        • Failures
          • Massive amount dead
          • Balance of Power may alarm other G.Ps
          • Created a United Italy
            • He wanted a Federal one
          • Italy weary of France, reluctant to side with her
      • 1859-1861
        • Successes
          • Weakened Austria
          • Won the war
            • Beat a G.P
          • Created a United Italy
          • Preserved Catholic support- Pope still head of Rome
        • Failures
          • The United Italy isn't the one he wanted
          • Casualty rate
          • Pope lost some territory
          • French army in Rome seen as main obstacle
          • Disappointed Republicans
          • France doesn't have secure alliance with Italy
          • Creates the Roman Question for himself

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