Published in 1909, this is the second volume in Trevelyan's trilogy about Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), the Italian patriot and revolutionary, which began with Garibaldi's Defense of the Roman Republic (1906) and ended in Garibaldi and the Making of Italy (1911). This volume focuses on Garibaldi’s famous victory over the Neopolitan troops with just his 1,000 ragged rebels.
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About the Author
George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876-1962) was a British historian who eschewed objectivity in favor of passionate engagement in his works, which reflected his personal commitment to Whig and Liberal principles (his great-uncle was the staunch Whig, Thomas Babington Macaulay). Among his best-known books are Garibaldi and the Making of Italy (1911), British History in the Nineteenth Century (1922), and An Autobiography and Other Essays (1949).