Asked in Austria
How many Italian states were ruled by austria?
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Asked in History of Italy
Why did the Italian unification occur?
Because most of the Italian middle-class and nobility aspired to get rid of the myriad of States, ruled by Austria, Papal States, Bourbon Dynasty and many foreign Duchies in which the country was divided, to unify themselves in an Italian Nation. The Reign of Piedmont, thanks to the ability of its rulers, was able to gather around him that will, becoming the symbol and the means which would have led such a unification.
Asked in History of Europe
Where was revolutions in 1848?
Asked in Word Games, Countries, States, and Cities, Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters
How many state begin with the letter U?
Asked in Italy, History of Italy, Famous People
What Italian leader was instrumental in the unification of Italian states?
Asked in World War 1, Germany in WW2, School Subjects
How many states are in Austria?
Asked in Italy
How did rule by a few or a small group work in the city-states of Italy?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
Powerful Italian banking family who ruled florence during the renaissance and supported many artists?
How many states begin with U?
How many states names start with a you?
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
How do you claim the us pension for the widow of world war 2?
Asked in Austria-Hungary
What country refused to honor its alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary?
Italy was allied with Germany and Austria-Hungary when World War I started. Italy said that since Austria-Hungary started the war by declaring war on Serbia, and the alliance was a defensive pact (ie if one country is attacked, the others would help), they were under no obligation to join the war. At that point in history, Italians had a long-standing dislike of Austria. Austria had once ruled most of northern Italy, and resisted efforts for Italy to unify (until the mid-1800's, Italy was broken up into many smaller countries); when World War I started, Austria still ruled some Italian cities ("Italia Irridentia", or "unredeemed Italy"). They even fought a war against each other in the 1860's while Austria was fighting Prussia. So it's not surprising that Italy didn't have much desire to help Austria fight her war against Serbia.
Asked in World War 1
How did pan-slav movement lead to a conflict between russia and Austria?
The slavs were a separate community scattered over many countries of Europe.The pan- slav movement was a movement encouraged by Russian czar to increase their hold over the Balkan states once these states became free from the ottoman Empire. In Austria-Hungry the slavs were also residing who were against Austria as well.This created bad blood between Russia and Austria as their iintrests clashed so as the Balkan states were concerned.This led to the conflict between Russia and Austria.
Asked in Islam, History of India
What was the political condition of India before the advent of Islam?