Count Camillo Benso di Cavour helped to unite Italy into the Kingdom of Italy.
Count Camillo de Cavour led the unification of Italy. He helped.
he unified Italy by using realpolitik and nationalism.
Camillo Paolo Filippo Giulio Benso, Count of Cavour has been the first prime minister of Italy from March to June 1861 when he died of a stroke.
ANSWER The Reign of Piemonte, under the government of Camillo Benso Count of Cavour.
Giuseppe Garibaldi and Camillo Benso count of Cavour.
a. Cavour increased the church's influence in Italy. b. Cavour favored rapid industrial growth in Italy. c. Cavour opposed expelling Austria from Italy. d. Cavour led the expansion of Sardinia's influence. e. Cavour became the new king of Sardinia in 1852. *list from letters (Ex. a,b,e,d)*
Count Camillo Benso of Cavour.
Camillo , Count of Cavour, (1810-1861) was a leading figure in the movement toward Italian unification. He was the founder of the original Italy liberty party and Prime Minister, a position he maintained (except for a six-month resignation) throughout the second Italian war of independence. Cavour died only three months after the declaration of a united Kingdom of Italy.
He was a Victor Emmanuel II chief minister, and he believed unification of Italy.
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It was Camillo Cavour. Prime minister of Sardinia who worked towards a united and independent Italy. Mazzinni and Garibaldi also worked together on this goal with him.
Camillo Benso Earl of Cavour, Giuseppe Garibaldi, King Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy, Giuseppe Mazzini are considered the most prominent makers of Italy unification.
Cavour was more successful than Mazzini because he began strengthening Piedmont therefore enabling Piedmont to be a leading state and gain recognition attracting many Italians. unlike Mazzini who sought to unify the Italian peninsula at once. however one is justified to note that Mazzini was also successful in that he laid the foundation for unification...................
In a nutshell, as prime minister of Sardinia, Camillo used "realpolitik," direct use of diplomacy and sometimes force to get results, to unite Italy. This is a vauge answer, see http://www.ohio.edu/chastain/ac/cavour.htm for more answers
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