Revolutionary defeats

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  • Created on: 27-09-13 10:43

Revolutionary defeats:

  • the pope returned to Rome on the afternoon of the 12th April 1850, he was cheered by the same people who had cheered for Mazzini, Garibaldi and the Roman Republic just a year earlier
  • the Pope also brought with him the return of repression, Inquisition and the guillotine as well as others

Failure elsewhere:

  • Venetian Republic; was also turned into a republic; they held out curageously against a siege by the Austrian navy; a severe outbreak of cholera added to the misery of starving civilians; they were driven by hunger and disease to surrender to the Austrians
  • Piedmont; Charles Albert had…

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