Republic of Brescia
|Republic of Brescia|
|Client state of France|
|Historical era||Napoleonic Wars|
|•||Established||18 March 1797|
|•||Became part of Cisalpine Republic||20 November 1797|
|Today part of||Italy|
The Republic of Brescia (Italian: Repubblica bresciana) was a temporary French client republic in Italy. Established March 18, 1797, in the wake of the French occupation of Brescia and Bergamo, it became part of the Cisalpine Republic November 20, 1797.
- Da Como, Ugo (1926). La Repubblica Bresciana. Bologna: Zanichelli.
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