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6. At the 1859 Armistice, Lombardy was given to France, who gave it to...

  • Switzerland
  • Back to Austria
  • Piedmont
  • Venetia

7. The name of the post-Crimean war peace settlement

  • Congress of Paris
  • Treaty of Plombieres
  • Congress of Vienna
  • Treaty of Villafranca

8. As a young man and prior to his Kingship, Louis Napoleon had taken part in which liberal Italian rebellion in 1831?

  • Naples
  • Modena
  • Papal States
  • Parma

9. The alternative name for the Austrian empire

  • Habsburg
  • Ottoman
  • Pitzburg
  • Franzburg

10. On the 14th January 1858, who led a plot to assassinate Louis Napoleon at the Opera in Paris?

  • Pallavicino
  • Orsini
  • La Farina
  • Garibaldi

11. The name of the Austrian General who led the Austrian army in their invasion of Piedmont following the declaration of war on 29th April 1859

  • Gyulai
  • Radetzky
  • Schwarzkopf
  • Farini

12. The name of Garibaldi's specialist guerilla corps of 3000 devoted men who lived in the mountains & forests and launched small scale attacks on the Austrians

  • Black Hands
  • Alpine Hunters
  • Red Wolves
  • Forest Poachers

13. The society founded in 1856 in Piedmont, with the aim of promoting Italian Unity

  • National
  • Piedmontese
  • Royal
  • Italian

14. The name of the leader of the provisional government of Tuscany who, following the removal of Duke Leopold in 1859, annexed his country and became part of Piedmont

  • Luigi
  • Farini
  • Ricasoli
  • Mario

15. The name of the leader of the provisional government of Modena & Parma who, following the removal of their Dukes in 1859, annexed his countries and became part of Piedmont

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Farini
  • Ricasoli

16. The name of the battle that took place on the 4th June 1859

  • Magenta
  • Novara
  • Solferino
  • Custozza

17. Following a brief resignation in 1859, who returned to be Prime Minister of Piedmont on 21st January 1860?

  • Cavour
  • Gioberti
  • D'Azeglio
  • Balbo

18. The British Prime Minister who came to power in 1859 and was supportive of the Italian cause

  • Lord Palmerston
  • Lord Russell
  • Lord Disraeli
  • Lord Cohen

19. The name of the Parliamentary alliance between the Centre-Right and the Centre-Left in late 1851/early 1852

  • Connubio
  • Costituente
  • Il Statuto
  • Siccardi

20. The name of the Prussian economic policy that gave Prussia the upper hand over Austria in European Trade and Economics over Autria

  • Fascherein
  • Zollverein
  • Zehnerein
  • Germerein