Campo Formio


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Campo Formio

(Italian ˈkampo ˈfɔrmjo)
n
(Placename) a village in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia: scene of the signing of a treaty in 1797 that ended the war between revolutionary France and Austria. Modern name: Campoformido
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If not it is merely a question of settling where the preliminaries of the new Campo Formio are to be drawn up.
Although he never won a decisive victory--at Rivoli he came close-Napoleon exceeded the expectations of his masters in Paris and formed sister republics in northern Italy in the aftermath of the Treaty of Campo Formio.
School bus service for pupils attending state schools, primary and secondary site in the municipality of Campo Formio for a term of four years.
That Kant can write such words in 1798 after a series of retrograde developments, when the French had resorted to offensive warfare after all and Prussia had connived with them and acquiesced in the Treaty of Campo Formio in the "natural borders" Gailus wanted to give them earlier in the Unterhaltungen--thus betraying the sympathetic spectators of 1792--is cause for head-scratching rather than theorizing about enthusiasm (or even progress).