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By M. Broers

Cultural imperialism and acculturation locate shut opposite numbers in lots of of the guidelines and attitudes of Napoleonic directors of their Italian provinces, explored the following from the wealthy archival resources of the Parisian and Italian information, lengthy overlooked via students. Broers repositions the context within which the Napoleonic empire will be studied, and reconfigures the political and ancient geography of Italy, within the century prior to its Unification in 1859.

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It creates a world of clearly defined boundaries of ‘them’ and ‘us’, between the imperial whole and the ‘other’ of the defunct ancien régime, where no such simplicity had existed hitherto. A world of overlapping cultures, of interaction among distinct social systems, becomes irrelevant to all concerned, under such political arrangements. The reduction of the real complexities of the indigenous cultures requires different tactics – different forms of mediation – from the imperialist, but never an adaptation of the ultimate goal of complete conformity.

He found support within the ranks of these urban elites, and subservience from the vulnerable, usually landless peasantries near by, who became ready sources of conscripts. Only the great ports, devastated by the blockade, deviate from this pattern. The inner empire contained marginal zones of scattered village societies, hostile to – and relatively remote from – the pre- and post-conquest urban centres of power, but too weak and dispersed to resist the new regime. This second zone was composed of isolated pockets which were ‘picked off’, and subsequently became more intensely policed than the lowland, urban core: the Ardennes, parts of the Black Forest, the northern Apennines from Piedmont to Tuscany, and the Massif Central were areas of fierce resistance to all external authority before and immediately after the Napoleonic conquest, but they were brought to heel definitively as a result, being surrounded – cornered – within more easily controllable areas.

Elsewhere, beyond Bonaparte’s personal fief, the triennio seldom lived up to its title; French occupation was often shorter than three years, and the moment of patriot rule even more fleeting, or absent altogether. This does not diminish its significance, or deny the importance of the patriots in these regions. It is, however, greatly to change the history of the triennio in such places. There was no patriot republic at all in Piedmont, between 1796 and 1799, save for a few months during the Austro-Russian invasion; for most of the period, the area endured an uneasy partition between the Savoyard monarchy, in the north, and the French army, in the south and east.

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