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Italian unification


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Italian unification

Sicily and the Unification of Italy Liberal Policy and Local Power, 1859-1866

Rome and the Unification of Italy

Scholarship, Politics, and Jewish Identity in Italian Post-Unification Academia

The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy since Unification

The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy Since Unification

Luciano Monzali. The Italians of Dalmatia: From Italian Unification to World War I, Shanti Evans

Mahnaz Yousefzadeh. City and Nation in the Italian Unification: The National Festivals of Dante Alighieri.

Rome's Conquest and Unification of Italy, 299–264 b.c.

Sicily and the Unification of Italy. Liberal Policy and Local Power, 1859-1866. L Riall

Lessons from Italy’s Monetary Unification (1862–1880) for the Euro and Europe’s Single Market

To Educate Taste with the Hand and the Mind. Design Reform in Post-Unification Italy (1884–1908)

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law / Institut International pour l’unification du Droit Privé (UNIDROIT) (Scholarships / Bourses – Via Panisperna 28, 00184 Rome, Italy/Italie – Fax: (396) 69 94 13 94)

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law / Institut International pour L’unification du droit Prive (UNIDROIT) (Grants / Bourses – Via Panisperna 28, 00184 Rome, Italy/Italie – Tel: (396) 69 94 13 72, Fax: (396) 69 94 13 94)

Final Protocol of the Second International Conference for the Technical Unification of Railways between Austria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Switzerland, signed at Berne, 15 May 1886

Convention of the Unification of Methods of Analysis of Human and Animal Foods between the Argentine Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Portugal and Uruguay, signed at Paris, 16 October 1912

Final Protocol of a Conference between Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Russia and Servia for the Unification of Allied Economic Action, signed at Paris, 28 March 1916

Legal Risk And Market Efficiency: Developing Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Indirectly Held Securities - Seminar organised by the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit), Rome (Italy), 12 November 2003.

Lucy Riall. Sicily and the Unification of Italy: Liberal Policy and Local Power, 1859–1866. New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University. 1998. Pp. viii, 252. $65.00

 

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