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    search of a new life, a pursuit of economic stability. However, life for those that arrived, their new-found happiness didn’t come without prejudice, racism and interrogations. As over a third of Italians that braved this new life were from the South Italy, this was because of the dire conditions that had become increasingly concerning, as South Italians suffered more than those in the North. As the North increased in industrial work, this meant less poverty and more wealth, whereas the South was predominantly

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    Italy in the Twentieth Century Only thirty years after the Piedmontese army marched into Rome to unite Italy under one government, the country suddenly found itself on the brink of the twentieth century and a rapidly changing world. The twentieth century would mark the beginning of great changes throughout Europe, and Italy would not be left untouched. What set the stage for these changes, though, were the years just prior to, and directly after 1900. The decade before 1900 can be thought

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    Anti-monopoly laws in Turkey, Greece, and Italy,and Their Enforcement A free market economy allows a nation to have open and equal (to an extent) competition while utilizing the resources available in the most effective manner. However, it is not perfect and can lead to some problems such as someone controlling the whole market or, in other words, having a monopoly or monopoly power. Also, there could be cartels, which are when companies will make agreements that ?abandon competition between

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    Ottomans had ruled Albania. However, progress was made during the eighteenth century when on November 28, 1912, Albania declared its independence and then established its borders a year later. Yet, during World War II, Albania was occupied both by Italy and Germany and was then finally ruled by a Communist leader, Enver Hoxha. Hoxha kept foreigners from invading the country but simultaneously allowed Albanian inhabitants to be subject to “purges, shortages, repression of civil and political rights

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    The Vatican: Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy "And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Matthew 16:18 Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is one of the most exquisite churches in the world. The Basilica's importance is derived from the Bible, from the book of Matthew. The Apostle Peter is buried under the High Altar of Saint Peter's Basilica, providing fulfillment to the directive that

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    most of my comrades did not.” (Lester B. Pearson). World War I for Italy didn’t go as well as they had hoped. They had many ups and downs with their battles and their technology was not as helpful in some of their battles. Italy is a boot shaped peninsula that extends out of Southern Europe and into the Adriatic Sea, Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and other waters. Italy had a population of 34.7 million people. The size of italy was 301,230 kilometers (116,304 square miles). Their coast line was

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    Relations Between the US and Italy Between 1952-1954 “The Communist Problem” The “cold war” loss of Italy to Communist control would result in profound political, psychological and military damage to the free world (p.1567) Draft Statement of Policy by The Planning Board of The National Security Council After the end of World War II the United States embarked on years of an uneasy alliance with Italy. The recovering Italian Fascist government was highly unstable and looked as though it could fall

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    The Evolving Roles of Women in the Economies of Greece and Italy The role of women in Greek and Italian culture has come a long way since the ancient days. In patriarchal societies, women were restricted to household chores, and were allowed little to no involvement in politics or economic matters. Since these times, major cultural shifts in each of the countries have helped lead the nations to a more western perception of sex roles in their cultures. In the following paragraphs, we will see

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    Fascism in Italy by 1922 Fascism did not rise spontaneously nor was its growth prompted by one single event. Its roots grew from actions of people and groups over many years and of course one unique man, Benito Mussolini. Although Mussolini took power in 1922 the conditions allowing the germination of Fascism came from the years around 1914. Mussolini was quick to sense any political opportunity that came about over the following years. The pre-war years were an insecure time in Italy. Although

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    Mazzini's Ideas and Inspiration and Attitudes to Change in Italy in 1830s Introduction Guisseppe Mazzini was born in piedmont in Genoa; was a son of a doctor and a professor. He was a depressive and physically frail. In the revolutions of 1820 he became a nationalist. He tried two occupational directions, Medicine but became bored and kept fainting as well as Law that didn't interest him. In 1827 he amalgamated (joined) the Carbonari but was disappointed. In 1830 he took part

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