Chronology of the rural world and the campaigns in Italy 1830-1930
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What were the forms of integration and participation of political campaigns in the politicization of Italy? Alongside the development of industry, what were the societal and economic changes? The Risorgimento, spanning the years from 1830 to 1870 took place before 1815 and 1831 by the Restoration and the early stages of revolutionaries. From 1831 to 1849, Mazzinians announced Risorgimento for running the kingdom of Piedmont and Sardinia played a decisive role in the unification of the peninsula. In this context, what were the consequences of movements of 1848? From 1861 to 1871, in order to achieve national unity, and when Rome became the capital, despite the opposition of the Papacy, it was made under the leadership and the dominance of Piedmont. The House of Savoy became the ruling dynasty under Vittorio Emanuele II, thanks to the alliance between bourgeois of the industrial North and the landed aristocracy of the South. During this period, there were still three major failures: a) North / South: the North was industrialized, while the South remained a poor and underdeveloped country with a very high emigration. b) Church / State were seen as a constitutional monarchy headed by the liberal bourgeoisie. c) The ruling class / working class, and the peasantry in particular remained excluded from the national politics as private suffrage until the First World War. From 1882 to 1912, Italy was trying to fit into the "game" of colonial conquest (1882: Eritrea, 1889: Somalia, Libya 1912). From 1903 to 1914, in the Giolitti era, the liberal Prime Minister, announced a policy of openness towards the moderate socialists and to Catholics, for their integration into the liberal attempts at social reforms marked by laws of work and a policy of neutrality vis-à-vis the great powers. Following the Great War (1915-1918), the Biennio rosso - 1919-1921 ? corresponded to a climate of economic and social crisis which preceded the advent of fascism during the irresistible "ventennio" period (1922-1930).