Victor Emmanuel II

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Victor Emmanuel II, (1820 - 1878) was the first king of a united Italy and the final king of the Italian city-state Piedmont-Sardinia. He inherited the throne from his father, King Charles Albert, after the latter suffered several humiliating defeats against the Austro-Hungarian Empire.[1]

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  1. Victor Emmanuel II