Giuseppe Mazzini

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Noun1.Giuseppe Mazzini - Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872)Giuseppe Mazzini - Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872)
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Il London Garibaldi Fund Committee fu presieduto dal segretario George Jacob Holyoake, eloquente redattore di giornali e rinomato garante e sponsor di attivita patriottiche per esiliati combattenti per la liberta repubblicana come Giuseppe Mazzini e Kossuth Lajos.
Moreover, focusing on the great European powers, he misses some of the quieter nineteenth-century roots of the global imaginary in the liberal views of Giuseppe Mazzini and Frantisek Palacky who, like Gandhi and Fanon, equated national independence for their people with freedom and justice for all.
Riall makes a strong argument for the importance of Giuseppe Mazzini who combined what was essentially a Romantic idea of the nation with political activism.
This famous story attracted the attention of vast segments of the public as well as some major figures of 19th century history, including Giuseppe Mazzini, Camillo Cavour, King Victor Emmanuel, and Garibaldi.
Shortly after Leopardi's death, Giuseppe Mazzini published the first criticism of Leopardi and his work in England.
Lo capi assai bene Giuseppe Mazzini, che fu infastidito da "quel suo [di Pellico] predicare rassegnazione e inerzia alla gioventu" (162).
From the time of her first child's death in 1849, Adelaide Cairoli, a close friend of both Giuseppe Mazzini and Giuseppe Garibaldi, became a living monument to the struggles of Italy for liberation.
21) Giuseppe Mazzini, The Duties of Man and Other Essays (1907; New York: Cosimo Classics, 2005), pp.
In the middle of the 19th century, an Italian nationalist movement to unify Italy as a modern state arose, led by Giuseppe Mazzini.