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In March 1914, the conservative Salandra was brought into the national cabinet upon the fall of the government of Giovanni Giolitti, as the choice of Giolitti himself, who still commanded the support of most Italian parliamentarians. Salandra's government was the most conservative one that Italy had seen for a long time. Salandra soon fell out with Giolitti over the question of Italian participation in World War I. At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Salandra declared that Italy would not commit its troops, maintaining that the Triple Alliance had only a defensive stance and Austria-Hungary had been the aggressor. In reality, both Salandra and his ministers of Foreign Affairs, Antonino Paternò Castello, who was succeeded by Sidney Sonnino in November 1914, began to probe which side would grant the best reward for Italy's entrance in the war and to fulfil Italy’s irrendentist claims.

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>In March 1914, the conservative Salandra was brought into the national cabinet upon the fall of the government of Giovanni Giolitti, as the choice of Giolitti himself, who still commanded the support of most Italian parliamentarians. Salandra's government was the most conservative one that Italy had seen for a long time. Salandra soon fell out with Giolitti over the question of Italian participation in World War I. ⇒1914年3月、保守的なサランドラは、ジョバンニ・ジョリッティ政府の崩壊の際、国家の内閣に列せられていた。それはジョリッティ自身の選択であって、彼はまだ大部分のイタリア国会議員の支持を欲しいままにしていた。サランドラの政府は、イタリアが長い間に遭遇した最も保守的なものであった。サランドラは(政権について)さっそく、第一次世界大戦へのイタリアの参戦問題についてジョリッティと争った。 >At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Salandra declared that Italy would not commit its troops, maintaining that the Triple Alliance had only a defensive stance and Austria-Hungary had been the aggressor. In reality, both Salandra and his ministers of Foreign Affairs, Antonino Paternò Castello, who was succeeded by Sidney Sonnino in November 1914, began to probe which side would grant the best reward for Italy's entrance in the war and to fulfil Italy’s irrendentist claims. ⇒1914年8月の第一次世界大戦の勃発で、サランドラは、イタリアが軍隊を出すことはないと断言した。そして、三国同盟は防御体制だけを堅持しているのに、オーストリア‐ハンガリーは侵略者になったと主張した。実際問題として、サランドラと彼の外務大臣アントニーノ・パテルノ・カステッロ(1914年11月にシドニー・ソンニーノが受け継いだ)らは、どちら側で参戦したらイタリアに最高の報酬をもたらし、非降伏主義者の要求を満たすかの調査を始めた。

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