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  Birth of the Italian Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The birth of the Italian Republic (officially on June 2, 1946) is a key event of Italian contemporary history.
The Italian referendum was meant only to determine whether the Head of State were to come from a family dynasty, or be elected by popular vote.
The Italian Social Republic was headquartered in the town of at Salò, and is commonly known as the Republic of Salò.
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 Birth of the Italian Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The birth of the Italian republic (officially on June 2, 1946) is a key event of History of ItalyItalian contemporary history.
The strong result of Trentino, in which republic was chosen by 85% voters, has been seen as an effect of the nationalistic internal politics of fascism, which had always denied autonomy and any cultural concession to the inhabitants of the region.
Birth of the Italian Republic Savoy descendants in exile
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 Encyclopedia: Birth-of-the-Italian-Republic
Apulia is a region of Italy (called Puglia in Italian), bordering on Molise to the north-west, Campania to the south-west, Basilicata to the south, the Adriatic Sea to the east and the Ionian Sea to the south-east.
Aosta Valley (in French Vallée dAoste, in Italian Valle dAosta) is a mountainous region in north-western Italy, the smallest of the regions.
Tuscany (Italian Toscana) is a region in central Italy, bordering on Latium to the south, Umbria to the east, Emilia-Romagna and Liguria to the north, and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west.
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 Italian Social Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Italian Social Republic (Repubblica Sociale Italiana in Italian), also known as the Republic of Salò, was a fascist puppet state in German-occupied northern Italy.
Mussolini declared on September 23, 1943, that the coup was over, and that his government was continuing as a republic, with himself as leader.
While Mussolini contended that he was in control of the Republic, in practice, it was a largely irrelevant and ineffective puppet of the German forces.
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 Birth of the Italian Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The birth of Italian republic (officially on June 2, 1946) is a highly controversial historical passage in Italy, where suspects of fraud are advanced by monarchists, but it also identifies a part of the national history extremely rich in events, consequences, causes and effects that make it an alone-standing moment.
Italian referendum was meant to "merely" determine whether the Head of State, the one who names the government (but does not govern personally), had to come from a familiar dynasty or from an electoral result, a popular vote, and the referendum in itself was a democratic tool used under a monarchy.
The Italian Republican Party, that continued the traditional Mazzinian ideology, was one of the most important ones during the resistance, and posed the question of the form of the state as a fundamental condition to develop further agreements with the other parties, then united in the CLN, Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale.
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Their Kingdom ended with the referendum by which Italians chose the republic as the form of state - see also birth of the Italian Republic.
Under the Constitution of the Italian Republic, male descendants of the House of Savoy were forbidden from entering Italy.
The house descended from Humbert I, Count of Sabaudia (or "Maurienne") (Italian Umberto I "Biancamano"), (1003-1047 or 1048), and includes the Counts of Savoy, the Dukes of Savoy, the Kings of Sardinia, and the Kings of Italy.
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 Republic Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Republic Day is the name of a public holiday in several countries to commemorate the day when they first became republics.
October 5 in Portugal is known as "Implantation of the Republic" (Implantação da República).
On December 13, 1974, the constitution of Malta was substantially revised, turning the former British colony into a republic within the Commonwealth.
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 Politics of Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The president of the republic is elected by an electoral college consisting of both houses of Parliament and 58 regional representatives for a seven-year term.
The president represents the unity of the state, and is present, albeit with limited powers, in all branches of the Italian state: he is elected by the law-making, nominates the executive, and is automatically the president of the judiciary.
The main event in the First Republic was the entry of the Socialist party in the government in the sixties, after the reducing edge of the Christian Democracy had forced them to accept this alliance; attempts to incorporate the fascist Italian Social Movement in the Tambroni government led to riots, and were short-lived.
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 Encyclopedia: Italy
The Italian Chamber of Deputies is the lower house of the Parliament of Italy.
The Italian Senate (Italian: Senato della Repubblica, Senate of the Republic) is the upper house of the Parliament of Italy.
Tuscany (Italian Toscana) is a region in central Italy, bordering on Latium to the south, Umbria and Marche to the east, Emilia-Romagna and Liguria to the north, and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west.
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 Regia Marina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
With the birth of the Italian Republic (1946) it changed its name to become the Marina Militare.
The Regia Marina attacked with insidious weapons: MAS 21 and MAS 15 sank the Hungarian battleship SMS Szent István in the Adriatic sea on 10 June 1918; an early type of human torpedo (Mignatta) entered the harbour of Pola and sank the Austro-Hungarian flagship Viribus Unitis on 1 November 1918.
Italian ships had a general reputation as well-designed and good-looking, but proved rather deficient in anti-aircraft armament and in radar.
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 Regia Marina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
With the birth of the Italian Republic (1946), it changed its name to Marina Militare Italiana.
The most successful attack performed by the Italian navy was by divers planting mines on British battleships in harbor at Alexandria.
Italian ships were generally regarded as well-designed and good-looking, but proved to be rather deficient in anti-aircraft armament and radar.
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Birth control Birth control is the practice of preventing or reducing probability of pregnancy or ending an unwanted pregnancy.
Birth of the Italian Republic The birth of Italian republic (officially on June 2, 1946) is a highly controversial historical passage in Italy, where suspects of fraud are advanced by monarchists, but it also identifies a part of the national history extremely rich in events, consequences, causes and effects that make
Birth Birth is the process in mammals by which a fetus is expelled from the body of its mother.
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 History of Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Beginning in the 11th century, and in spite of the political turmoil, Italian cities (especially in the northern and central regions) enjoyed an era of commercial prosperity which lasted until the 16th century and led to great intellectual and artistical achievements such as those of the Renaissance.
The birth of the Italian Republic was however object of deep discussion.
After the war, Italian politics was dominated by the Democrazia Cristiana (christian democrat) party, which (together with minor allies, such as socialists) held the government for about 40 years.
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 Enrico De Nicola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
After 1943, when Fascism ended, he was perhaps the most influential mediator for the creation of the charge of "Lieutenant" by which the king continued to formally be the Head of State.
After the Italian Constitution took effect, he was formally named the "President of the State" on January 1, 1948.
His lifestyle was as honest as it was extremely austere, and in times of general economical crisis, he increased poverty, but was always memorably dignified.
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 Congenital disorder   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A congenital disorder is a medical condition that is present at birth.
By organ system, birth defects involving the brain are the largest group at 10 per 1000 live births), compared to heart at 8 per 1000, kidneys at 4 per 1000, and limbs at 2 per 1000.
A significant proportion of birth defects cannot be attributed to either genetic abnormalities or environmental exposures.
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In May 1946 King Victor Emmanuel III finally abdicated; his son, who became King Umberto II, was forced to leave the country a month later when a referendum decided in favour of a republic by 54 percent of the votes cast (mostly from the north).
The Constitution of the Republic of Italy set up a parliamentary system of government with two elected houses (Chamber of Deputies and Senate); it also provided for guaranteed civil and political rights, an independent judiciary, a constitutional court with powers of judicial review, and the right of citizens' referendum.
The first parliamentary elections of the new republic were held in April 1948 on a strict list system of proportional representation.
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 Italian Home Stay by Luisa Golino - HOME PAGE : ITALIAN CULTURE COURSES
They are meant for the ones that have a medium-advanced language level and would like to study more in depth the Italian language through a monographic study to choose among the ones offered.
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 Birth of the Italian Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The argument isn't really related with fascism, and the immediate contraposition monarchy-democracy (apart from propaganda) is usually considered improper, given that countries do exist, with a monarchic form of state, where notable democracies were successfully developed (with the famous example of the United Kingdom).
Italian referendum was meant to "merely" determine whether the Head of State, the one who names the government (but doesn't govern personally), had to come from a familiar dynasty or from an electoral result, a popular vote, and the referendum in itself was a democratic tool used under a monarchy.
It uses material from the wikipedia article Birth of the Italian Republic.
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 Umberto II of Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Umberto II, occasionally anglicized as Humbert II, (September 15, 1904 - March 18, 1983), the last King of Italy, nicknamed the King of May (Italian: Re di Maggio), was born the Prince of Piedmont.
When it was revealed that the exiled king was terminally ill, President Sandro Pertini, who as a young republican firebrand had played a leading role on the republican side in campaigning against the monarchy and Umberto, urged the Italian Parliament to amend the constitution to let the King return to die in his homeland.
The funeral for the last King of Italy was held in Savoy, but no member of the Italian Government attended.
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 Italy Down Under - Politics
Italian creativity, coupled with the quasi-magical ancient art form of "arrangiarsi" ("fending for oneself") has performed the miracle by pushing to the side-lines the universe of politics, despite the politicians' classical delusion of their being at the centre of the universe.
Cynics abound who theorise about the paradox of some beneficial effect of governments' absence or inefficiency upon standards of living and financial liquidity in the community at large, a case in point being the submerged economy, put by expert estimates at not less than one third of the national wealth creation on an annual basis.
From the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946 to the general elections of 1994 the Christian Democrats remained the dominant party, never out of power, though mostly in coalition with an array of parties from all areas of the political spectrum - the centre, the right, the left, the centre-right and the centre-left.
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 Republic Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Trinidad and Tobago became a republic on August 1, 1976, fourteen years after independence from the British Empire.
Since that day was already a holiday (, now replaced by Emancipation Day), the holiday was placed on the birthday of the then Prime Minister, Eric Williams.
Between 1961 and 1994, May 31st was celebrated in South Africa as Republic Day.
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 Citizenship Claims by Italian Descendants
The legal requirements for recognition of Italian citizenship claims made by persons born abroad, but whose births were never registered with an Italian consular agency, vary considerably according to particular circumstances, and also depend upon existing treaties between the Italian Republic and various states.
Italian citizenship is based primarily on lineage, as opposed to geography (i.e.
Giuseppe Rosso is born in Italy in 1895, and emigrates in 1925.
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 Italian Liberal Party --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Italian Partito Liberale Italiano (PLI) moderately conservative Italian political party that dominated Italian political life in the decades after unification (1861) and was a minor party in the period after World War II.
A comparative outsider, deputy leader Giuliano Amato of the Socialist Unity party (formerly Italian Socialist party and popularly called PSI) was appointed Italy's prime minister by President Oscar Scalfaro on June 18 1992, one day after the withdrawal of PSI frontman Bettino Craxi from consideration.
When the unified Italian state came into existence on Feb. 18, 1861, its government was a constitutional monarchy.
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 live birth
A live birth of a human being occurs when a fetus is expelled and separated from the mother's body and subsequently shows some sign of life, such as voluntary movement, heartbeat, or pulsation of the umbilical cord, for however brief a time.
This definition was created by the World Health Organization in 1950 and is chiefly used for public health and statistical purposes.
Whether the birth is vaginal or Cesarean, and whether the baby is ultimately viable, is not relevant to this statistical definition.
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 Olive Tree takes root in Rome
For the first time since the birth of the Italian Republic in 1948, Communists or their modern affiliates will enter national government in Rome.
Italians were facing the unfamiliar prospect of a sustained period of stable and reforming government.
Prof Prodi, who is set to be the next Prime Minister, was not underestimating the difficulties for a new government, pledged to the widest range of institutional reforms since the Second World War and the beginning of the Italian Republic.
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