Martin Braun offers his study of the Italian Liberators' roles on the centenary of the beginning of their work.
Marcella Pellegrino Sutcliffe examines the political machinations behind a visit to England in 1864 of the Italian patriot and ‘liberator’, darling of the English establishment and radicals alike.
The prototype of nationalist hero, yet a great internationalist, Garibaldi believed passionately in freedom but did not, writes Denis Mack Smith, disdain dictatorial methods.
Graham Darby reassesses the contribution of one of the key players in the establishment of the Kingdom of Italy.
Emily Parton asks a key question about Italian unification, in the winning entry of History Review magazine's 2009 Julia Wood Award.
Robert Pearce highlights Giuseppe Mazzini’s role in the Risorgimento.
Garibaldi came to England on a brief visit in 1864 and provided inspiration and a battle-cry for English radicalism. Yet in the 100 years since his death, argues John A. Davis, his image has mellowed into that of a liberal hero.