Victor Emmanuel II.

Victor Emmanuel II., king of Sardinia, and afterwards of united Italy, born in Turin, eldest son of Charles Albert; became king in 1849 on the abdication of his father; distinguished himself in the war against Austria, adding Austrian Lombardy and Tuscany to his dominions, and by the help of Garibaldi, Naples and Sicily, till in 1861 he was proclaimed King of Italy, and in 1870 he entered Rome as his capital city (1820-1878).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Via Dolorosa
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Vicar of Christ
Vicenza
Vichy
Vicksburg
Vico, Giovanni Battista
Victor, Claude Perrin
Victor, St.
Victor Emmanuel II.
Victoria
Victoria, Alexandrina
Victoria Cross
Victoria Nyanza
Vidar
Vienna
Vienne
Vigfusson, Gudbrand
Vigny, Alfred, Comte de
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