Sicily

Place Unit Type
State or Province
Containing Unit
Date Type
Convention signed in Sicily for the evacuation of royal forces from the island US/the World
Garibaldi and his thousand volunteers embark from the Tuscan coast for Sicily US/the World
Garibaldi and his thousand volunteers land at the Sicilian port town of Marsala US/the World
Garibaldi and his thousand volunteers set out on their invasion of Bourbon Sicily US/the World
Garibaldi and his thousand volunteers win their first victory on Sicily at Calatafimi Battles/Soldiers
- Garibaldi and his volunteers organize on the Tuscan coast for their invasion of Sicily US/the World
Giuseppe Garibaldi declares himself "Dictator of Sicily" US/the World
In Italy, reinforcements sailing under the U.S. flag leave Genoa for Garibaldi's campaign in Sicily US/the World
King Victor Emmanuel II and Prime Minister Cavour meet in Bologna about Garibaldi's planned move on Sicily US/the World
- On Sicily, Garibaldi defeats Neapolitan forces at Melazzo and takes the town US/the World
On Sicily, Messina falls to Garibaldi and his men US/the World
On Sicily, the citadel at Melazzo surrenders to Garibaldi and his men US/the World
Sailing under the American flag, three shiploads of reinforcements for Garibaldi's campaign reach Sicily US/the World
Three shiploads of reinforcements for Garibaldi's campaign in Sicily reach Sardinia US/the World
Name Type
Palermo, Sicily City or Town
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