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  Giuseppe Garibaldi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 – June 2, 1882) was an Italian patriot and soldier of the Risorgimento.
Giuseppe Garibaldi died on the Italian island of Caprera in 1882, where he was interred.
Garibaldi is known to have stayed in Tynemouth House, Tynemouth, in the north east of England, now part of The King's School, Tynemouth.
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 Italian aircraft carrier Giuseppe Garibaldi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giuseppe Garibaldi (C 551) is the first aircraft carrier in the history of the Marina Militare.
She is based in Taranto and is the flagship of the fleet; she is named after the Italian general Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Garibaldi is to be replaced as the flagship of the Italian navy by Cavour.
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 GIUSEPPE GARIBALDI - LoveToKnow Article on GIUSEPPE GARIBALDI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On the 12th of May the dictatorship of Garibaldi was proclaimed at Salemi, on the 15th of May the Neapolitan troops were routed at Calatafimi, on the 25th of May Palermo was taken, and on the 6th of June 20,000 Neapolitan regulars, supported by nine frigates and protected by two forts, were compelled to capitulate.
Their presence put an end to the plan for the invasion of the papal states, and Garibaldi unwillingly issued a decree for the plebiscite which was to sanction the incorporation of the Two Sicilies in the Italian realm.
Circumventing the Italian troops, Garibaldi entered Catania, crossed to Melito with 3000 men on the 25th of August, but was taken prisoner and wounded by Cialdinis forces at Aspromonte on the 27th of August.
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 Garibaldi - MSN Encarta
Garibaldi was born in Nice, France, and was largely self-educated.
At that time Garibaldi had separated politically from Mazzini, an undeviating republican; Garibaldi believed that the road to freedom and unity for Italy lay in alliance with the liberal ruler Victor Emmanuel II, king of Sardinia, and his premier, Conte Camillo Benso di Cavour.
Garibaldi had conquered Naples and Sicily, and in October 1861 Victor Emmanuel arrived in Naples with his army to relieve Garibaldi and his men.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 – June 2, 1882) was an Italian (Italian: A native or inhabitant of Italy) nationalist and soldier of the Risorgimento (Risorgimento: italian unification (italian: risorgimento) was the political and social process that...
Garibaldi returned to Italy in the tumult of the revolutions of 1848 (revolutions of 1848: as with germany, there was no "italy" at the time of the revolutions of 1848, but a hodge-podge...
Garibaldi's progress was met with more celebration than resistance, and on September 7th he entered the capital city of Naples (Naples: A port and tourist center in southwestern Italy; capital of the Campania region).
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 Italian unification
Giuseppe Garibaldi, the soldier, and the ambitious monarchs of France and Sardinia.
Giuseppe Garibaldi had entered the capital in triumph, the progress on the line of the Volturno had been slow; and the expectation that the Neapolitan army would go over to the invaders in a mass had not been realized.
Giuseppe Garibaldi was easily induced to place his dictatorial power in the hands of the king, to whom he left the completion of the work of the union of Italy.
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 Garibaldi - freemason
Garibaldi, as Fulvio Conti recounts in an article published in "Hiram in 2002 on the occasion of the one hundred and twentieth anniversary of his death, was initiated into Freemasonry in 1844, at the age of thirty-seven, in the "L'Asil de la Vertud" Lodge of Montevideo.
Garibaldi then attended the masonic lodges of New York in 1850 and London in 1853-54, where he met several supporters of democratic internationalism, whose minds were open to making socialist thoughts their own and give Freemasonry a strong anti-papal stand.
Garibaldi, accepting the role offered to him by the Sicilian Scottish obedience, demonstrated that, in that phase, he identified Freemasonry with the national programme and intended to use it as a means of organisation and meeting point of the various democratic movements.
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 Printable Version on Encyclopedia.com
GARIBALDI, GIUSEPPE [Garibaldi, Giuseppe], 1807-82, Italian patriot and soldier, a leading figure in the Risorgimento.
Garibaldi was born at Nice and as a youth entered the Sardinian navy.
Garibaldi was elected to the Italian parliament in 1874, but his political career was undistinguished.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi + Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was on this date, July 4, 1807, that Italian liberator Giuseppe Garibaldi was born in Nice (a formerly Italian city).
The son of a sailor, he was urged toward the priesthood and, to escape a priestly education, Garibaldi went to sea, becoming a merchant captain in 1832.
Garibaldi made his profession of disbelief ten years later, when victory was established and there would be no repercussions from such frankness.
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 The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi
The Anthony P. Campanella Collection, recently presented to the University of South Carolina by Dr. Campanella, is a resource of major significance on Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), Italian liberator and hero-figure of nineteenth-century liberal nationalism, and on the Risorgimento, the 1860 reunification of Italy.
Giuseppe Garibaldi devoted his life to the cause of Italian unity.
In August Garibaldi crossed to the Italian mainland, routing the Neapolitan army in a series of victories and capturing Naples itself within the month.
www.sc.edu /library/spcoll/hist/garib/garib.html   (492 words)

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Garibaldi next gained the secret approval of the king of Piedmont-Sardinia, Victor Emmanuel II, for an invasion of the Papal States, but the plan was tabled.
Garibaldi captured the attention of the world with his military adventures in Italy, becoming a popular hero both in Italy and abroad among those who favored constitutional government.
In 1862, Victor Emmanuel recruited Garibaldi to drive the Austrians from the Balkans; instead, Garibaldi led the volunteer army in an attack on the Papal States, whose authority was ensured by French troops.
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 Famous Italians - Giuseppe Garibaldi
During this period Garibaldi tried to embark on the commercial enterprise but his business was slack and his bellicose and political temper overwhelmed him so that he decided to embrace the South America republicans' cause.
Afterwards Garibaldi, who was longing for action, resigned from the rank of general and removed to the central Italy in order to support the insurrectional governments.
Although Garibaldi had an exiguous number of volunteers at his disposal in comparison with the Bourbon forces, his tactical intelligence and his courage made him to conquer all Sicily, to cross the Straits of Messina and to go on towards Naples.
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 Learn more about Giuseppe Garibaldi in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Sentenced to death, he escaped to South America where he took part in a conflict in Brazil, as well as commanded Uruguay's navy in a war with Argentina.
While Mazzini was thus working with his pen, his compatriot, Giusseppe Garibaldi, was working as earnestly with his sword.
Italy was in alliance with Prussia, and Victor Emmanuel hastened to lead an army across the Mincio to the invasion of Venetia, the last Austrian province in Italy.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi
Garibaldi and a few followers, including his devoted wife Anita, after vainly attempting to reach Venice, where the tricolor still floated, took refuge in the pine forests of Ravenna; the Austrians were seeking him in all directions, and most of his legionaries were captured and shot.
Returning to Messina, Garibaldi found a letter from Victor Emmanuel II dissuading him from invading the kingdom of Naples.
Garibaldi replied asking "permission to disobey." Next day he crossed the Strait, won the battle of Reggio on the 21st of August, accepted the capitulation of 9000 Neapolitan troops at San Giovanni and of 11,000 more at Soveria.
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 Historical Figures - Giuseppe Garibaldi
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 - June 2, 1885) was a brilliant guerrilla fighter and Italy's most famous soldier of the Risorgimento.
Garibaldi returned to Italy in 1854 and in 1859 helpt Piedmont in a new war against Austria.
Even the strong hand of Napoleon failed to bring it unity, and after his fall its condition was worse than before, for Austria held most of the north and exerted a controlling power over the remainder of the peninsula, so that the fair form of liberty fled in dismay from its shores.
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 Life and Times of Giuseppe Garibaldi
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 to June 2, 1888).
Garibaldi was like a caged lion on the island of Caprera and longed day and night to liberate his land from the roaring lion in the Vatican.
Garibaldi is pursued by 100,000 of the Pope's soldiers.
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 Anna Maria Ribiero Da Silva, A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Garibaldi rowed ashore and said one sentence to Anna: "Angela, tu sarai inia" -- "Angel, you will be for me." She got into his rowboat and never turned back, adopting his life of revolution and adventure as well as his name.
Garibaldi was grief stricken, but he had to continue his retreat to save the remnant of his force.
The cover had a picture of Giuseppe Garibaldi carrying Anita on his back during the retreat from Rome: the pose is an obvious (but very badly executed) reference to the famous Bernini sculpture of Aeneas carrying away his father, Anchises, in the retreat from Troy (now in the Galleria Borghese).
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 Naval Technology - Garibaldi - Aircraft Carrier
The flagship of the Italian Navy is the aircraft carrier MM Garibaldi, built by Fincantieri of Genoa and commissioned in 1985.
Garibaldi (C551) is classed as a CVS — Aircraft Carrier ASW (Anti-submarine Warfare).
Garibaldi's flight deck is 174m in length and 30.5m in width.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi Speech - Encouraging His Soldiers
Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882) was an Italian patriot and military leader who helped free the Italians from foreign rule and unify the country.
He was a master of guerrilla warfare and raised volunteers beginning in 1848 to conduct daring military campaigns to overcome the rule of Austria.
A year later, as a result of his daring military leadership and the political leadership of fellow patriots, Giuseppe Mazzini and Camillo Cavour, the independent kingdom of Italy was finally proclaimed.
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 Untitled Document
Giuseppe Garibaldi was born at Nice, in the year 1808.
A Garibaldi went to Paris in 1685 to do homage to Louis XIV, for Genoa; a Giuseppe Garibaldi born in 1729, is recorded as the last member of the family - his successors, living in revolutionary times, having probably neglected to have themselves registered.
Garibaldi was especially incensed, and when his usual impetuosity gave view to his sentiments in language, in the Turin House of Deputies, which did his head no credit, and damaged his prestige.
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 Garibaldi - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Garibaldi, Giuseppe (1807-1882), Italian nationalist revolutionary and leader in the struggle for Italian unification and independence.
Cavour, ally of Garibaldi in unification of Italy
Kingdom of Italy, role of Garibaldi in consolidation
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Image:Giuseppe Garibaldi (1866).jpg Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 – June 2, 1882) was an Italian patriot and soldier of the Risorgimento.
He was born in 1807 in Nice in the First French Empire as a French citizen.
Swelling the ranks of his army with scattered bands of local rebels, Garibaldi defeated an opposing army at Calatafimi on May 13.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Giuseppe_Garibaldi   (2333 words)

 The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi - Island 1
In 1834 Garibaldi, who had absorbed political influences from Giuseppe Mazzini and from the French Socialist theorist Saint-Simon, participated in an unsuccessful attempt at revolution in Piedmont, in whose navy he then served.
In South America, Garibaldi learned and mastered the techniques of guerilla warfare which he was to use to great effect against the armies of the French and Austrians, which lacked effective experience to counter them.
She was to be Garibaldi's companion (the two were bigamously married in 1842) until her death in 1849 during their flight from Austrian and Papal troops, subsequent to the collapse of the Roman republic.
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Garibaldi was an Italian general and had been a prime mover in the unification of Italy in 1861 - before then it had been for centuries a series of Nation States (Lombardy, Tuscany, Piedmont etc).
Garibaldi himself had the reputation of being a daring and imaginative military tactician, winning many battles with swift movements of his army from one location to another.
Garibaldi instructed his cook to devise a lightweight, high energy foodstuff that his men could eat whilst on the march.
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This monument is dedicated to General Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807—1882), the 19th century Italian patriot who crusaded for a unified Italy during the European era of state building.
In 1970, the Garibaldi monument was moved about 15 feet to the east to allow for construction of a promenade in Washington Square.
The documents included newspaper accounts of Garibaldi’s death, a history of the Committee for the Monument of Garibaldi, the organization that helped place the statue, and a poster for and news clippings about the monument’s 1888 dedication.
www.nycgovparks.org /sub_your_park/historical_signs/hs_historical_sign.php?id=8712   (571 words)

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