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Englishmen And Italians Some Aspects of Their Relations Past And Present

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Englishmen And Italians Some Aspects of Their Relations Past And Present
George Macaulay Trevelyan
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Napoleon III undertook to liberate North Italy from Austria, and marched his armies into the Lombard plain, in alliance with Victor Emmanuel's Piedmontese. Now our fathers had one sentiment as strong as their sympathy with Italy, and that was their fear of France. England foresaw with terror the opening of another era of Napoleonic conquest, and it was with divided sympathies that she watched the Lombard campaign.
This confusion of the English mind on the subject of the war of 1859 was satirize
...d by Matthew Arnold in Friendship's Garland, and by Ruskin in Arrows of the Chase. It would not be untrue to say that Englishmen hoped the Austrians would beat the French, and that the Piedmontese would beat the Austrians. What net result they wished to come out of the war they would scarcely have been able to explain ; but the result that actually emerged was admirably suited to fulfil English wishes and to promote English policy. * The battles of Magenta and Solferino liberated Lombardy from Austria, and rendered the liberation of the rest of Italy possible in the near future.

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