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However, Conrad may have been wiser than contemporaries gave him credit for, since he seems to have arranged for the Magyars to attack the Arabs even while he was arranging for the Arabs to attack the Magyars.
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A Seleção de Cristiano Ronaldo ainda não foi campeã do Mundial, mas em termos de vinho, Portugal já foi muito engrandecido por um dos vencedores da Copa: a Inglaterra.
At right was see Thérèse Tallien (1773-1835, née Cabarrús) in the Greek revival clothing that soon became the style of high waisted dresses.
Venha se aquecer com a gente de 10 a 20 de julho.
Italian policy then continued to focus on , "unredeemed Italy." Thus, although one might think that Corsica would count as the last remaining part of historic Italy to acquire (not to mention Savoy and Nice), and even though Italy was actually an ally of Austria and Germany, it was Austria against which demands were made at the outset of World War I -- namely that any place in the Adriatic that had ever had an Italian name should be turned over.
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Although again unable to defeat Austria in battle, the Allied victory delivered to Italy the Austrian provinces of Trent and Istria and part of the Tyrol.
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Florence became the capital of a united Italy, as Victor Emanuel II of Sardinia became the first King of an independent Italy since Berengar II in 961 -- exactly 900 years before.
The core of Christian Western Europe thus became Francia.
After disappointing results from the revolutions of 1848, help came in the form of the French Emperor Napoleon III, who could do the heavy lifting required to defeat the Austrians.
In Greek, the Franks are the , .
Hitler, indeed, had annexed all of the Austrian cessions after Mussolini was overthrown in 1943, but the postwar settlement restored the pre-war status quo.
with the noble qualities of the Frank.
The Kingdom of Sardinia, however, was never really, by itself, a Great Power, and Austria and the other possessors of Italian territory could not be defeated without help.