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I'm doing my history coursework on the Italian unification from 1789 to 1871 on the causes of the unification.

Currently, it's not going well 😅

I need 2 historian interpretations on the factors of the risorgimento and I have no idea how to find them.

Can anybody give me some pointers?
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I will admit I am struggling with secondary sources. I'm doing the Protestant Reformation social movement or elite
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look on:
google scholar
The main Wiki page on your subject look for historians quotes and the reference next to them + all the references at the bottom
Access to history will have a book on this + will have Historian views
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italia...Historiography
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thank you so much!! My grade has literally been saved! 🙂
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I did Coursework on Italian Unification but it was more to do with the individuals like Cavour, Garibaldi etc.
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(Original post by L3na22)
I'm doing my history coursework on the Italian unification from 1789 to 1871 on the causes of the unification.

Currently, it's not going well 😅

I need 2 historian interpretations on the factors of the risorgimento and I have no idea how to find them.

Can anybody give me some pointers?
Hi, I'm thinking of doing my coursework on the same. Can I ask what your question was, and how you found the topic?
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