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Battle of Novara March 23, 1849 - Part I

The revolutionary wave of 1848 did not escape the Apennine Peninsula either. Not only the conservative Italian monarchies were captured, but also the Austrian states in northern Italy. The only Italian state that in a way remained spared the revolutionary storms was Piedmont, as its ruler, King Carlo Alberto, declared a liberal constitution on 7 February to reassure the public. In addition, he took advantage of the general dissolution and led the Italian unification process, announcing on March 24 the decision to fight for the unity and liberation of Italy, while calling on Italy to "holy war" against Austria.

Battle of Novara March 23, 1849 - Part II

The revolutionary wave of 1848 did not escape the Apennine Peninsula either. Not only the conservative Italian monarchies were captured, but also the Austrian states in northern Italy. The only Italian state that in a way remained spared the revolutionary storms was Piedmont, as its ruler, King Carlo Alberto, declared a liberal constitution on 7 February to reassure the public. In addition, he took advantage of the general dissolution and led the Italian unification process, announcing on March 24 the decision to fight for the unity and liberation of Italy, while calling on Italy to "holy war" against Austria.

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