Lateran Treaty

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Noun1.Lateran Treaty - the agreement signed in the Lateran Palace in 1929 by Italy and the Holy See which recognized the Vatican City as a sovereign and independent papal state
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Fifteen months after the peace note, Benedict had no place at Versailles, as a secret treaty by the Allies in 1915 (prompted by Italy, as the Roman question remained unresolved) had agreed to the Vatican's exclusion.
If you think about it the answer to the Roman question has to be a categorical no as the raw material for crisps (potatoes) were not introduced to Europe until the 1 500s.
The settlement of the Roman Question seemed far off, yet it was still pressing on the minds of Catholics.
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D'Agostino, assistant professor of history and Catholic studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, presents a well written and comprehensively documented study of the ideological influence of the Roman Question (i.