Crispi's ministry falls in Italy after failure of Ethiopian War

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Historical Context Note

Italian prime minister Francesco Crispi falls from power, as a result of public disgust at their defeat in the Ethiopian War. He is succeeded by Antonio Rudini, who forms a ministry with support from the Radicals under Felice Cavalotti.
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Editors. "Crispi's ministry falls in Italy after failure of Ethiopian War". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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