Austrian troops occupy Ancona after risings in the Papal States (40 words)

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Austrian troops under the command of Count Radetzky occupy the Italian port city of Ancona. This military action is a response to fresh risings in the Papal States in the closing months of 1831, but the troops remain in occupation until 1838.

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Editors. "Austrian troops occupy Ancona after risings in the Papal States". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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