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Unification of Italy (Grade 10)

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Unification of Italy

Who was the leader and creator of the Young Italy movement?
  1. Giuseppe Garibaldi
  2. Camillo Cavour
  3. Guiseppe Mazzini
  4. Otto Von Bismarck
Who was the leader of the Red Shirts?
  1. Camillo Cavour
  2. Guiseppe Garibaldi
  3. William I
  4. Guiseppe Mazzini
The                 was a secret society in the early 1800s devoted to unifying Italy under a constitutional government.
  1. Jacobins
  2. Carbonari
  3. Girondins
  4. Gondoliers
Though he wanted a unified Italy, Mazzini was a firm believer in republicanism and was upset when Italy was unified under King Victor Emmanuel.
  1. True
  2. False
Garibaldi led the Uruguayan Navy during the Uruguayan Civil War.
  1. True
  2. False

In 1860, Garibaldi's Redshirts captured                 for King Victor Emmanuel during the Expedition of the Thousand.
  1. Sicily
  2. Rome
  3. Naples
  4. Corsica
The Unification of Italy is also known by what term meaning "revival"?
  1. renaissance
  2. reconcquista
  3. risorgimento
  4. remuneration
In 1848, the Kingdom of Sardinia led the First Italian War of Independence against the foreign rule of which country?
  1. Austria
  2. England
  3. Germany
  4. Lombardy
Victor Emmanuel made                 prime minister of Italy for his role in the process of unifying Italy.
  1. Charles Albert
  2. Garibaldi
  3. Mazzini
  4. Cavour
Who was the first King of Italy?
  1. Pius IX
  2. Napoleon III
  3. Charles Albert
  4. Victor Emmanuel
When it was formed in 1861, the Kingdom of Italy did not include                and                   .
Prussia gave Venice to Italy after its defeat in the Austro-Prussian War.
  1. True
  2. False
Italian unification was completed when Rome was captured in 1880.
  1. True
  2. False

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