Garibaldi Giuseppe

Gar·i·bal·di

 (găr′ə-bôl′dē, gä′rē-bäl′dē), Giuseppe 1807-1882.
Italian general and nationalist who led 1,000 volunteers in the capture of Sicily and Naples (1860). His conquest led to the formation of the kingdom of Italy (1861).
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