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The Rimini Proclamation was a proclamation on 30 March 1815 by Joachim Murat, who had been made king of Naples by Napoleon I. Murat had just declared war on Austria and used the proclamation to call on Italians to revolt against their Austrian occupiers and to show himself as a backer of Italian independence, in an attempt to find allies in his desperate battle to hang onto his throne. It began: Italians! The hour has come to engage in your highest destiny.

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  • Proclamación de Rimini
  • Rimini Proclamation
  • Proclamation de Rimini
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  • La Proclamación de Rimini fue un recurso por el cual el 30 de marzo de 1815, Joaquín Murat, instalado en el trono de Nápoles por Napoleón, después de declarar la guerra a Austria se dirigió a los italianos llamándoles a las armas contra los invasores, presentándose como el abanderado de la lengua italiana, en un intento de encontrar aliados en su lucha desesperada por conservar el trono.
  • La Proclamation de Rimini (en italien, Proclama di Rimini) est un appel par lequel Joachim Murat, le 30 mars 1815, s'adressa aux Italiens les appelant à se révolter contre les Autrichiens en se présentant comme le porte-drapeau de l'indépendance italienne.
  • Il proclama di Rimini è un appello, datato 30 marzo 1815, con il quale Gioacchino Murat, insediato sul trono di Napoli da Napoleone Bonaparte, dopo aver dichiarato guerra all'Austria si rivolse agli italiani, chiamandoli alla rivolta contro i nuovi padroni. In realtà il proclama venne emesso da Gioacchino Murat il 12 maggio con la falsa data del 30 marzo, dopo la disfatta di Tolentino, che segnò la fine del Regno di Murat su Napoli.
  • The Rimini Proclamation was a proclamation on 30 March 1815 by Joachim Murat, who had been made king of Naples by Napoleon I. Murat had just declared war on Austria and used the proclamation to call on Italians to revolt against their Austrian occupiers and to show himself as a backer of Italian independence, in an attempt to find allies in his desperate battle to hang onto his throne. It began: Italians! The hour has come to engage in your highest destiny.
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  • La Proclamación de Rimini fue un recurso por el cual el 30 de marzo de 1815, Joaquín Murat, instalado en el trono de Nápoles por Napoleón, después de declarar la guerra a Austria se dirigió a los italianos llamándoles a las armas contra los invasores, presentándose como el abanderado de la lengua italiana, en un intento de encontrar aliados en su lucha desesperada por conservar el trono.
  • La Proclamation de Rimini (en italien, Proclama di Rimini) est un appel par lequel Joachim Murat, le 30 mars 1815, s'adressa aux Italiens les appelant à se révolter contre les Autrichiens en se présentant comme le porte-drapeau de l'indépendance italienne.
  • Il proclama di Rimini è un appello, datato 30 marzo 1815, con il quale Gioacchino Murat, insediato sul trono di Napoli da Napoleone Bonaparte, dopo aver dichiarato guerra all'Austria si rivolse agli italiani, chiamandoli alla rivolta contro i nuovi padroni. In realtà il proclama venne emesso da Gioacchino Murat il 12 maggio con la falsa data del 30 marzo, dopo la disfatta di Tolentino, che segnò la fine del Regno di Murat su Napoli.
  • The Rimini Proclamation was a proclamation on 30 March 1815 by Joachim Murat, who had been made king of Naples by Napoleon I. Murat had just declared war on Austria and used the proclamation to call on Italians to revolt against their Austrian occupiers and to show himself as a backer of Italian independence, in an attempt to find allies in his desperate battle to hang onto his throne. It began: Italians! The hour has come to engage in your highest destiny. The proclamation impressed Alessandro Manzoni, who wrote a poem later that year entitled Il proclama di Rimini, but he left it unfinished after Murat's military campaign failed.
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