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The Treaties of Villafranca and Zurich (1859): Old Regime Nostalgia on the Road to Italian Unification

The Treaties of Villafranca and Zurich (1859): Old Regime Nostalgia on the Road to Italian UnificationIn the latest Oxford Historical Treaties editorial, Randall Lesaffer writes on the peace treaty signed by the Austrian Empire, the French Empire, and the Kingdom of Sardinia with The Treaties of Villafranca and Zurich (1859): Old Regime Nostalgia on the Road to Italian Unification.

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