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Giuseppe Garibaldi

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I offer neither pay, nor quarters, nor food; I offer only hunger, thirst, forced marches, battles and death. Let him who loves his country with his heart, and not merely with his lips, follow me.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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Ah, no, far be from me a thought which I loathe like poison.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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Apart from these, let all others remain to guard our glorious banners.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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I utter this word with deepest affection and from the very bottom of my heart.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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If these hands, used to fighting, would be acceptable to His Holiness, we most thankfully dedicate them to the service of him who deserves so well of the Church and of the fatherland.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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Let those only return to their homes who are called by the imperative duties which they owe to their families, and those who by their glorious wounds have deserved the credit of their country.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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The priest is the personification of falsehood.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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To this wonderful page in our country's history another more glorious still will be added, and the slave shall show at last to his free brothers a sharpened sword forged from the links of his fetters.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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We shall meet again before long to march to new triumphs.

— Giuseppe Garibaldi

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(The Piedmontese themselves had conquered most of the Pope's territories in their march south to meet Garibaldi but they had deliberately avoided Rome his capital. There he stayed with various Italian friends including some exiled revolutionaries. The ship was to be purchased in the United States so Garibaldi went to New York arriving on 30 July 1850.

Giuseppe Garibaldi (Italian pronunciation: [dʒuˈzɛppe ɡariˈbaldi]) (July 4 1807 – June 2 1882) was an Italian general and politician. He is considered with Camillo Cavour Victor Emmanuel II and Giuseppe Mazzini as one of Italy's "fathers of the fatherland". The United Kingdom and the United States helped him a great deal offering him financial and military support in difficult circumstances.

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