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Unification of Italy - Rome capitulated on 29 June 1849

Time: Friday Jun 29, 1849

Place: Rome, Italy

Details: After a two-month siege, Rome capitulated on 29 June 1849 and the Pope was restored. Garibaldi and Mazzini once again fled into exile—in 1850 Garibaldi went to New York City.



Flag of Repubblica Cispadana1
Unification of Italy-Garibaldi declared that he would enter Rome as a victor or perish beneath its walls
1862 - Rome, Italy
Q. Servilius Caepio
Roman Republic-Pyrrhus returned to Italy
275 BC - Roman Republic (Present-Day Italy)
Q. Servilius Caepio
Roman Republic-Tiberius and Gaius
130s BC - Roman Republic (Present-Day Italy)
Etruscan mother and child
Etruscan civilization-The war between Clusium and Aricia
508 BC - Rome, Italy
Aureus of Augustus, the first Roman Emperor
Roman Empire-Claudius had his wife executed
48 - Gardens of Lucullus, Rome, Italy, Roman Empire

On This Day - 29 June

Banner of the Holy Roman Empire
Holy Roman Empire-Henry VII is Holy Roman Emperor
Wednesday Jun 29, 1312 - Rome, Holy Roman Empire
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart-Mozart in Ranelagh Gardens
Friday Jun 29, 1764 - Royal Hospital Chelsea, Chelsea, London SW3 4SR, United Kingdom
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon-Coalition forces swept through Paris
Thursday Jun 29, 1815 - Paris, France
Simon Bolivar
Simón Bolívar-Bolívar triumphantly entered Caracas
Friday Jun 29, 1821 - Caracas, Venezuela
Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass-Freedman's Savings Bank went bankrupt
Monday Jun 29, 1874 - U.S.

June 1849

German revolutions of 1848–1849-Austria and Prussia withdrew their delegates from the Assembly
Wednesday Jun 6, 1849 - Central Europe (Present-Day Germany)
Elizabeth Blackwell
Elizabeth Blackwell-Blackwell enrolled at La Maternité
Jun, 1849 - France
German revolutions of 1848–1849-Engels joined an 800-member group of workers being formed as a military corps
Wednesday Jun 13, 1849 - Central Europe (Present-Day Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
German revolutions of 1848–1849-Palatine uprising
Jun, 1849 - Central Europe (Present-Day Speyer, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
German revolutions of 1848–1849-Joseph Martin Reichard appointed deputy in the Frankfurt Assembly
Jun, 1849 - Central Europe (Present-Day Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany)


Cover, first serial edition of 1849 - David Copperfield
David Copperfield-A Visit to two Cities
Sunday Jan 7, 1849 - Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Cover, first serial edition of 1849 - David Copperfield
David Copperfield-Henry Fielding Dickens
Sunday Jan 14, 1849 - Yarmouth, England, United Kingdom
Westminster Palace
The palace of Westminster England-Clear defects
1849 - London, England, United Kingdom
Elizabeth Blackwell
Elizabeth Blackwell-Blackwell became the first woman to achieve a medical degree in the United States
Tuesday Jan 23, 1849 - U.S.
German revolutions of 1848–1849-May Uprising in Dresden
Monday Mar 5, 1849 - Central Europe (Present-Day Berlin, Dresden, Saxony, Germany)