Camillo Benso, Coont o Cavour

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Camillo, Coont o Cavour
Camillo Benso Cavour di Ciseri.jpg
1st Prime Meenister o Italy
In office
23 March 1861 – 6 June 1861
MonarchVittorio Emanuele II
Precedit biOffice created
Succeedit biBettino Ricasoli
Italian Meenister o Foreign Affairs
In office
23 Mairch 1861 – 6 Juin 1861
Prime MeenisterHimsel
Precedit biPoseetion creatit
Succeedit biBettino Ricasoli
Italian Meenister o Navy
In office
23 Mairch 1861 – 6 Juin 1861
Prime MeenisterHimsel
Precedit biOffice creatit
Succeedit biFederico Luigi, Coont Menabrea
Prime Meenister o the Kinrick o Sardinie
In office
21 Januar 1860 – 23 Mairch 1861
MonarchVittorio Emanuele II
Precedit biAlfonso Ferrero La Marmora
Succeedit biOffice abolished
In office
4 November 1852 – 19 Julie 1859
MonarchVittorio Emanuele II
Precedit biMassimo d'Azeglio
Succeedit biAlfonso Ferrero La Marmora
Personal details
Born1 August 1810(1810-08-01)
Turin, First French Empire
Dee'd6 Juin 1861(1861-06-06) (aged 50)
Turin, Kinrick o Italy
NaitionalityItalian
Poleetical pairtyModerate Pairty
1848–1861)
Historical Richt
(1861)
ReligionRoman Catholic
Signatur

Camillo Paolo Filippo Giulio Benso, Coont o Cavour, o Isolabella an o Leri (August 10, 1810 – Juin 6, 1861), generally kent as Cavour (Italian: [kaˈvur]) wis an Italian statesman an a leadin figur in the movement toward Italian unification.[1]

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