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6. The number of troops promised by France in order to fight Austria at the secret meeting of 1858 (to the nearest hundred thousand)

  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four

7. The Prime Minister of Piedmont between 1849 and 1852

  • D'Azeglio
  • Balbo
  • Cavour
  • Garibaldi

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

  • National
  • Piedmontese
  • Royal
  • Italian

9. The month in 1852 in which Cavour was asked by Victor Emmanuel II to become Prime Minister of Piedmont

  • October
  • September
  • November
  • December

10. The main French banking family that helped to find the Piedmontese Railway developments

  • Dupont
  • Rothschild
  • Hoareau
  • Rousseau

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

  • Siccardi
  • Costituente
  • Connubio
  • Il Statuto

12. The number of Piedmontese men lost in battle at the fall of Sebastopol

  • Twelve
  • Sixteen
  • Fourteen
  • Ten

13. Cavour was passionate about building infrastructure and growing the economy. As part of his railway building project, through which mountain did he build?

  • Mont Blanc
  • Mont Cenis
  • Mont St Michel
  • Mont Ventoux

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

  • Zollverein
  • Fascherein
  • Germerein
  • Zehnerein

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

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

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

  • Naples
  • Papal States
  • Parma
  • Modena

17. 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

  • Ricasoli
  • Luigi
  • Farini
  • Mario

18. The two provinces promised to France in return for military support against Austria

  • Parma & Nice
  • Savoy & Modena
  • Nice & Savoy
  • Parma & Savoy

19. The war that lasted between 1853 and 1856

  • Anglo-Persian
  • Anglo-Burmese
  • Crimean
  • Opium

20. The name of the Treaty, signed by France and Piedmont, which confirmed the handing over of Nice & Savoy to France, and the annexation of the Central Duchies to Piedmont (which occurred following plebiscites in March 1860)

  • Turin
  • Milan
  • Paris
  • Strasbourg