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  History of Italy as a Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Under the 1947 peace treaty, minor adjustments were made to Italy's frontier with France, the eastern border area was transferred to Yugoslavia, and the area around the city of Trieste was designated a free territory.
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 (DC) had forced them to accept this alliance; attempts to incorporate the neo-fascist Italian Social Movement (MSI) in the Tambroni government led to riots, and were short-lived.
Commissione parlamentare d'inchiesta sul terrorismo in Italia e sulle cause della mancata individuazione dei responsabili delle stragi (1995 Parliamentary Commission of Investigation on Terrorism in Italy and on the Causes of the Failing of the Arrests of the Responsibles of the Bombings).
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 History of ITALY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Italy, meaning the entire peninsula south of the Alps, is known as such from about the 1st century BC.
Around 700 BC the majority of the tribes in Italy are relatively recent arrivals, either by land from the north or by sea across the Adriatic.
By 572 the whole of Italy north of the Po is in their hands (a disaster with one positive result, in the foundation of Venice).
www.historyworld.net /wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=ac52   (1731 words)

  
 The Republic - History - Italy - Europe
The Republic - History - Italy - Europe
Of the voters, 54.3 percent chose a republic.
On June 10, when the popular mandate was officially proclaimed, Italy became a de facto republic.
www.countriesquest.com /europe/italy/history/the_republic.htm   (81 words)

  
 History of Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
After Magna Graecia, the Etruscan civilization and especially the Roman Republic and Empire that dominated this part of the world for many centuries, Italy was active to European philosophy, science and art during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Modern Italy became a nation-state belatedly on March 17, 1861, when most of the states of the peninsula were united under king Victor Emmanuel II of the Savoy dynasty, which ruled over Piedmont.
Italy was a charter member of NATO and the European Union, and hence joined the growing political and economic unification of Western Europe, including the introduction of the Euro in 1999.
www.travel-italian.com /html/history_of_italy.html   (342 words)

  
 Reference Sources for History of Italy : Bodleian History Collections and Services
History of Italy - and the Republic of San Marino and the Vatican City State
HAY, Denys and John E. Italy in the Age of the Renaissance, 1380-1530, Longman History of Italy (London: Longman, 1989).
SELLA, Domenico, Italy in the Seventeenth Century, Longman History of Italy (London: Longman, 1997).
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk /dept/readerserv/history/refitaly.htm   (672 words)

  
 West European History Collections : Bodleian History Collections and Services
Collections relating to the History of the former German Democratic Republic (East Germany) are also held in the Bodleian, with strong holdings of source materials on the former East German State, as well as secondary sources relating to the Reunification of Germany, acquired since 1989.
In particular, publications relating to the cultural, social, and political History of Italy during the 20th century constitute one of the Bodleian Library’s notable areas of collections strength.
History publications acquired by the Bodleian Library in Modern Greek generally relate to the History of Greece (and the former Ottoman Empire), as well as less frequently to the History of Western Europe and the Balkans beyond Greece.
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk /dept/readerserv/history/westeuropean.htm   (1718 words)

  
 The History of Italy
Italy is largely homogeneous linguistically and religiously but is diverse culturally, economically, and politically.
Italy became an oft-changing succession of small states, principalities, and kingdoms, which fought among themselves and were subject to ambitions of foreign powers.
Italy allied with Germany and declared war on the United Kingdom and France in 1940.
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 History of Italy as a monarchy and in the Wor... - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Italy: In Depth : History : The Roman Republic | Frommers.com
After the Roman Republic was established in 510 B.C., the Romans continued to increase their power by conquering neighboring communities in the highlands and forming alliances with other Latins in the lowlands.
The stern Roman republic was characterized by a belief in the gods, the necessity of learning from the past, the strength of the family, education through reading books and performing public service, and, most importantly, obedience.
No figure was more towering during the republic than Julius Caesar, the charismatic conqueror of Gaul -- "the wife of every husband and the husband of every wife." After defeating the last resistance of the Pompeiians in 45 B.C., he came to Rome and was made dictator and consul for 10 years.
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 Italy - Atlapedia Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
It is bound by Tyrrhenian and Ligurian Seas to the west, France to the northwest, Switzerland and Austria to the north, Slovenia to the northeast, the Adriatic Sea to the east as well as the Ionian and Mediterranean Seas to the south.
In 1949 Italy became a founding member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and was admitted into the UN in 1955.
During the 1960's Italy entered a phase of economic privatization and rapid industrial growth while during the 1970's there was a marked increase in the activities of extreme left and righting terrorist groups such as the Red Brigades and neo fascists.
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 The Rise of Rome
While Philip II of Macedonia was expanding his empire, war in Italy erupted again on the plains of Campania, near Neapolis (Naples).
As the war was winding down, the Greek city of Tarentum, on Italy's southern coast, became disturbed by a colony that Rome had established just eighty miles to its north.
The greatest power near Italy was Carthage, 240 kilometers (150 miles) southwest from Sicily, on the coast of North Africa.
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 WHKMLA : History of Italy, 1945-1949
Italy after World War II Foreign Policy : Italy had to cede its colonial possessions, the Dodecanese Islands (1945 British military administration, 1947 annexed by Greece), its outposts in Dalmatia, Fiume and most of Istria (to Yugoslavia).
The Territory of Trieste was separated from Italy, its future to be decided later by plebiscite.
Italy became a founding member of the Council of Europe in 1949; following Tito's break with Stalin, relations between Italy and Yugoslavia improved, despite the unsolved Trieste issue.
www.zum.de /whkmla/region/italy/italy194549.html   (748 words)

  
 WHKMLA : History of Italy, in the 1990es
The collapse of communism made Italy's peculiar democratic system - the PCI an opposition party by definition, the DC the main government party by definition, obsolete.
The Maastricht Treaty (1992) establishing economic conditions to be met for member nations to join the Euro Zone provided an incentive for Italy to pass deepgoing reforms; Italy was widely regarded not capable of making the criteria.
Italy's established parties disintegrated or renamed themselves, billionaire Silvio Berlusconi (owner of RAI and of AC Milan) formed the conservative Forza Italia and allied himself with Neofascists and the Northern League; the political left regoganized itself as the Olive Tree Coalitiion.
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 HISTORY OF ITALY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
The Congress of Vienna returned Italy to its former rulers after Napoleon was defeated.
Italy fought on the Allie's side in World War 1.
Italy entered World War II on Germany's side.
www.knet.co.za /italiancooking/history.htm   (210 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Siena
This victory increased the prestige of the republic, which now enlarged the circuit of its walls.
Meanwhile the petty Ghibelline lords of the Maremma laid waste the territory of the republic, despite the mediation of Pope Nicholas III.
Indignant because the command of the garrison had been given to Pietro Strozzi, a Florentine rebel, he invaded the territory of the Republic in 1554, and after several successful encounters, laid siege to the city, which surrendered, 17 April, 1555.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/13779a.htm   (2806 words)

  
 history of italy
Northern Italy was unified as the Kingdom of Italy under French rule in 1804
The Kingdom of Italy was formed, encompassing the entire peninsula except for Rome, Venice, and San Marino.
Italy surrendered to invading Allied forces, but Germany took control of the country and fought the Allies until the end of the war
www.class.uidaho.edu /italy2004/urbanHistory/response9.htm   (476 words)

  
 Italy - History & Overview - The Roman Republic
Enlisting the aid of plebeians and slaves, the Romans overthrew the Etruscan rule and established a primitive democratic government.
They were also required to enlist men in the Roman army, allowing the military to grow and prosper and enabling them to continue conquering their neighbors.
By 274 B.C. the Romans had gained possession of all of Italy, and by 146 B.C. they were the only important power left in the Mediterranean, controlling almost the entire coastline.
beginnersguide.com /italy/italy-history-overview/the-roman-republic.php   (470 words)

  
 Italy History Facts & Timeline
The Italy History Timeline & Facts is full of interesting facts and information about the bygone times of the Italian Nation.
The Italy History Timeline & Facts outlines and records all of the critical and major incidents in the history of the nation.
485 Italy was invaded by Attila the Hun.
www.facts-about.org.uk /history-and-events-timeline-italy.htm   (462 words)

  
 Experience Italy's History as a Volunteer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Italy did not live as one nation however until Napoleon Bonaparte helped establish the French Republic.
Italy's legislature is bicameral, consisting of the Chamber of Deputies which has 630 members, and the Senate which has 315 members.
Italy's president is elected by the legislature plus representatives from the regions.
www.globalvolunteers.org /1main/italy/italyhistory.htm   (988 words)

  
 An MBendi Profile: An MBendi Country Profile for Central African Republic including economic and travel overviews and ...
Central African Republic is an independent republic, which lies between Chad and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and forms part of the landlocked West African Region.
Agriculture and forestry are the key elements of the economy, with the main export crop being coffee.
The livestock industry is growing in Central African Republic, although the growth is hampered by the strong presence of tsetse flies as well as marketing problems.
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 History of Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Aeneas eventually arrives in Italy and kills a bunch of local folks.
A copy of this Code was rediscovered in the 12th century in Italy and all the European nations adopted this Code as their law (Britain alone continued to use Germanic tribal law, based on precedent).
1870 AD Italy unified by Garibaldi and the modern state is born.
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 WWW-VL: World History Index and History Central Catalogue | The World Wide Virtual Library
EUI History Summer School on "Comparative and Trans-National Approaches to the History of Early Modern and Modern Europe: Theories, Methodology and Historical Case Studies", 5th to 10th of September 2006
History of Medicine - Military History - Religious Missions - History of Science - History of Slavery - Urban History - Women's History
This site is the World Wide Web Virtual Library History Central Catalogue is maintained by Serge Noiret and Inaki Lopez Martin at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy.
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 BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Country profiles | Timeline: Italy
BBC History: Roman Empire - The Paradox of Power
2003 November - Italy declares national day of mourning after 19 of its servicemen are killed in a suicide bomb attack on their base in southern Iraq.
Italy's most-wanted man, suspected head of the Sicilian mafia Bernardo Provenzano, is captured by police.
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 Italy - Related Items - MSN Encarta
Etruscan Civilization, ancient history of the Italian Peninsula
account of art and legends of Italy by Greek traveler in 2nd century AD
(Italian Italia), republic in southern Europe, on the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea.
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 The history of the Italian Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives and does not presume to validate their accuracy or authenticity nor to release their copyright.
The contemporary political history of the Italian Republic
The IT, media, and telecommunications of the Italian Republic
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 West European Politics: Election report: A new republic in Italy? The May 2001 election.(Statistical Data Included)@ ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Silvio Berlusconi's electoral triumph of 13 May 2001 was such as to make history, perhaps ushering in the long-awaited 'Second Republic'.
Never, in Italy's democratic history, had a prospective government been given such a large parliamentary majority.
For many commentators, however, Berlusconi's amassing of political, media and economic power represented a challenge to Italian democracy itself, particularly when the opposition forces were so divided that a future of semi-permanent opposition seemed conceivable.
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 Lamson Library
A History Of The Roman World From 30 B. To A. author:
Rome (Italy) -- History -- Republic, 510-30 B.C (7)
Church History -- Primitive And Early Church, Ca.
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 Find in a Library: History of the Venetian republic; her rise, her greatness, and her civilization.
Find in a Library: History of the Venetian republic; her rise, her greatness, and her civilization.
History of the Venetian republic; her rise, her greatness, and her civilization.
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