Italian Unification 1815-31 Factual Revision Quizzes & Flashcards

 

Tests & Quizzes - Part 1...

...On the revolutions in 'Italy' between 1815-31 as part of revision for the OCR AS level History paper on Italian Unification.

This resource contains 40 different questions on the period in question and can be used as Flashcards, a quiz, a crossword & a wordsearch. You should (hopefully) get different questions each time you do a quiz. 

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Name of the Austrian Prince & diplomat who was highly influential at the Congress of Vienna
Klemens Metternich
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"Throughout Italy, one stroke of the pen erased all our liberties, all our reform, all our hope", a famous quotation describing the Congress of Vienna by whom?
Mazzini
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The ruler of the Kingdom of Piedmont/Sardinia after the Congress of Vienna
Victor Emmanuel I
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The ruler of the Papal States and Pope after 1815
Pius VII
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The ruler of the Kingdom of Naples after the Congress of Vienna
Ferdinand I
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The ruler of Parma and wife of Napoleon in 1815
Marie Louise
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The famous poet who defined the Italian language in the 13th Century and brought forth the idea of Risorgimento
Dante
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The meaning of 'Risorgimento'
Rebirth
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The Italian Composer known for his support of the Risorgimento movement
Verdi
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A secret society, also known as the Society of the Perfect Sublime Masters, aimed to remove Austria and create a democratic republic
Adelfi
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The leader of the Society of the Perfect Sublime Masters, who was seen by Metternich as a big threat
Buonarrotti
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According to their own estimates, how many members did the Carbonari have in Naples (to the nearest thousand)
Sixty
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The main political aim of the Carbonari
Constitutional Monarchy
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A common punishment for anyone who was caught attending a Carbonari meeting
Death
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The place where the revolt that occurred in July 1820 took place
Naples
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The leader of the July 1820 revolt
General Pepe
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The term for a belief or policy fundamentally opposed to change
Reactionary
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The term for Europe's 'Great Powers' acting together in a spirit of trust and mutual goodwill
Concert of Europe
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The Protocol, signed by Russia, Prussia & Austria, which aimed to make the Great Powers intervene to stop the restoration governments being overthrown
Troppau
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The Congress in January 1821 where the King of Naples renounced his constitution and requested military support to remove the rebels
Laibach
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The 1821 revolution in Sicily was led by this militarized group of workers
Maestranze
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After he regained absolute power, the King of Naples unleashed a 'wave of ... '
Repression
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The man who was declared regent after the abdication of Victor Emmanuel I in 1821
Charles Albert
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The man who led the Piedmontese revolt
Satarosa
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Who ruled Piedmont from mid-1821 to 1831
Charles Felix
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What type of rebellion was the 1820 Naples revolt?
Liberal
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What type of rebellion was the 1821 Sicily revolt?
Nationalist
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What type of revolt was the 1831 Modena/Parma uprising?
Liberal
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What type of revolt was the 1831 Papal States uprising?
Liberal
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The leader of the 1831 Modena revolt
Misley
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The month (in 1831) in which Duke Francesco returned to Modena with an Austrian army and ousted the rebels
March
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The name of the Frenchman who briefly tried to cause uprising in the Papal States
Napoleon III
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The month in 1831 in which the Papal States rebellion occurred
January
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The leader of the Papal States revolt of 1831
Sercognani
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The place where a provisional government set up after the 1831 Papal States Revolution
Bologna
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The man who led the Provisional Government of the Papal States in 1831
Vicini
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The Pope who took over after 1831 and ruled with an 'iron fist'
Gregory XVI
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Card 2

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"Throughout Italy, one stroke of the pen erased all our liberties, all our reform, all our hope", a famous quotation describing the Congress of Vienna by whom?

Back

Mazzini

Card 3

Front

The ruler of the Kingdom of Piedmont/Sardinia after the Congress of Vienna

Back

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Card 4

Front

The ruler of the Papal States and Pope after 1815

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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The ruler of the Kingdom of Naples after the Congress of Vienna

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