Italy: From Revolution to Republic, 1700 to the Present

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Index
Abortion, 314
Abruzzi, 142
Acerbo, Giacomo, 230-31
Achille Lauro, 303
ACLI. SeeAssociazioni Cristiane Lavoratori Italiani
Action party, 93, 100, 112, 114, 115
Action party (Resistance), 271, 273, 279
Acton, John, 13
Adowa, Battle of, 137, 138
Adriatic, 200, 205
Age of Democratic Revolution, 3, 4
Agricultural Association, 77, 95
Agricultural backwardness, 146-47
Agricultural crisis of 1880-1895, 141, 144-46, 166
Aida, 184
AIDS, 311
Air Force, 266
Albania, 197, 257, 336-37
Alberoni, Francesco, 319
Albertario, Don Davide, 152, 159
Albertini, Luigi, 194-95, 200, 234, 235
Alexander I, 43
Alfa Romeo, 209
Alfieri, Vittorio, 8, 20
Alleanza Democratica, 333
Alleanza Nazionale, 333, 335-41
Allende, Salvador, 299
Allies, the, 272, 277
Alps, the, xv
Alto Adige, 205, 290
Amaldi, Edoardo, 325
Amalfi, xvii
Amarcord, 215, 320
Amato, Giuliano, 327
Amendola, Giovanni, 234
Amica, 313
Anarchism, Anarchists, 134, 152, 172, 173, 215
assassination of King Humbert, 161
decline of influence, 155
revolts of 1874 and 1877, 153
Ancona, 172
Andreotti, Giulio, 299, 327
Annabella, 313
Ansaldo, 202
Anschluss, 261, 262
Anticlericalism, 150
Anti-Semitism, 251-52
Antismoking campaign, 84
Antologia, 48
Antonelli, Cardinal Giacomo, 122
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 321
Aosta, Duke of, 224
Apennines, the, xv, 11
Apofasimeni, 58
Aquarone, Alberto, 175
Arafat, Yasser, 303
Arditi, 204, 212, 215
Arditi del Popolo, 220
Argentina, 307
Aristocracy. SeeNobility
Armani, 315, 324
Armata cristiana e reale, 25
Army, 117, 122, 224, 225, 266
Army of the Holy Faith. SeeArmata cristiana e reale
Arnaldo da Brescia, 50
Artemide, 324
Article VII, of Triple Alliance, 195, 196, 198, 200
Associazioni Cristiane Lavoratori Italiani (ACLI), 279
Audisio, Walter ("Valerio"), 272
Austria, 21, 65, 73, 77, 135
Cesare Balbo hopes to secure withdrawal of, 72
and Crimean War, 101-2
crisis of 1934, 257-58
defeated by Napoleon, 28
and 1848 revolutions, 84, 86
gains Venetian Republic from Napoleon, 23
Italian unification as beginning of breakup of, 336
limits of domination, 45
losses hearten minorities, 193
moves into Lombardy in 1814, 36
and outbreak of 1859 war, 107-8
position challenged on Italian Peninsula, 44
replaces Spain in Italy, 5
represses Lombardy during Restoration, 56
repression after 1848 revolutions, 90
rule in eighteenth-century Lombardy, 6-8
supports Papal State, 78
threatened by nationalism and liberalism, 52
and Treaty of Campoformio, 22
Austria-Hungary, 167, 193, 194, 200, 201
and diplomatic difficulties with Italy, 195-98
and World War I, 201-4
Austrian Netherlands, 44

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