Contrary to the logical perception that people have of Italy as having large families, and a very ‘full’ population in general, Italy in fact has one of the lowest ‘average number of children’ per woman in Europe. Italy’s situation is
Between 1871 and 1914, Italian leaders experienced many different problems, both nationally and internationally. These included the divided country, the poor state of the economy, a flawed political system and a foreign policy which resulted in the loss of thousands
After 1925 Mussolini’s power grew exponentially and as a result he had a firm grasp on his country. Propaganda was imperative to Mussolini’s regime but in terms of the power he held over Italy, nothing was more important than the
There are many reasons for the collapse of Liberal Italy in 1922. The Rise of Fascism can be directly related to the collapse of Liberal Italy as factors that contributed to the Rise of Fascism only made liberal Italy weaker.
Up until the late 19th century, Italy had been a divided country ruled by foreigners. The Risorgimento is the name given to the period during which Italy became a unified state. By the end of Risorgimento, in 1970, Italy emerged
History has it that, Northern Italy experienced a diverse plane of evolution in the 1300s. These evolutions are most attributed to the development in renaissance that was a form of an awake-up in the jurisdiction and governance in Italy.
The period of the Middle Ages created a new environment for cultural and economic development. Medieval culture and social order had a great impact on an Italian identity and perception of self. In Europe this period covers 500 AD to
The comparison of Italian and American culture presents quite a rare chance of looking at two unique cultures that have in a great way shaped the modern civilization. The Italian culture stems from the days of the Roman Empire and
The Romanesque Culture (c.a.10th-12th centuries) began with the rise of France and England, after the period known as “The Dark Ages”. This rise would also be credited to the rise Romanesque church achitecture and sculpture. Romanesque churches were escalated in
Cavour was a very important, if not key player in the reunification of Italy in the 1800s. His role in Italian unification is widely debated, as are is aims and underlying motives. Many hold contrasting views as to whether he
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