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Manin and the Venetian revolution of 1848.

Author: George Macaulay Trevelyan
Publisher: London, New York, Longmans, Green, 1923.
Series: Harvard Risorgimento preservation microfilm project, 01026.
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Trevelyan, George Macaulay, 1876-1962.
Manin and the Venetian revolution of 1848.
London, New York, Longmans, Green, 1923
(OCoLC)565226177
Online version:
Trevelyan, George Macaulay, 1876-1962.
Manin and the Venetian revolution of 1848.
London, New York, Longmans, Green, 1923
(OCoLC)609334075
Named Person: Daniele Manin; Daniele Manin; Daniele Manin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Macaulay Trevelyan
OCLC Number: 1128821
Description: xvi, 284 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, 6 maps (2 folded) 23 cm
Contents: Venice from the earliest times to the advent of Buonaparte. --
French and Austrian in Venetia. The national movement in Italy. Pio Nono's accession. --
Daniele Manin. His early life. The railway question. The Venetian navy and the bandieras. The Constitutional Agitation of 1847. Arrest of Manin and Tommaseo, Jan. 1848. --
Imprisonment and trial of Manin and Tommaseo. Padua University. First stages of the Revolution in Southern Italy and Central Italy and Piedmont, Jan.-Feb., 1848. Radetzky. French and Austrian Revolutions. --
The Revolution in Venice. Part I. March 17-21. --
The Revolution in Venice. Part II. March 22-23. --
The Rising of the Venetian Provinces, March, 1848. The Austrians confined to the Veronese. --
Manin's part in the Revolution. His success and failure. The government of the Lagoon. Relations with the mainland. Military policy. The Crociati and their first repulse. --
April, 1848. Nugent's reconquest of Friull. Charles Albert. The armies on the Mincio. Manin, France, and Piedmont. Massimo D'Azeglio. Durando and the Papal Army. Pio Nono's allocution and its consequences --
The Piave Campaign, May, 1848. Fall of Belluno. Battle of Cornuda and its results. The crisis at Treviso. Nugent's Army joins Radetzky. The two first Battles of Vicenza. --
General Pepe. The Counter Revolution of Naples. Recall of the Neapolitan Army. Third Battle of Vizenza, June 10, 1848. Capitulation of Durando. Fall of Treviso and Padua. Radetzky stops peace negotiations. --
Venice after the loss of the mainland. Fusion with Piedmont voted, July 4. Retirement of Manin. Custoza and the Armistice of Salasco. The Republic of S. Mark retored Aug. 11, 1848. Manin's second government. The Winter in Venice. France, England and Austria. Cavedalis, Pepe, an the Neapolitan officers. The Sortie of Mestre, Oct., 1848. The Second Venetian Assembly, March, 1849. Novara. 'Resistance at every cost'. --
The Siege of Venice, May-August, 1849. Fort Malghera. The bridge over the Lagoon. The bombardment. The surrender. --
The exile and death of Manin. --
APPENDICES.
Series Title: Harvard Risorgimento preservation microfilm project, 01026.

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