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Italian Campaign can mean the following:
- The Italian campaign of 1524-1525, fought during the Italian War of 1521.
- The Italian Campaign fought by Napoleon Bonaparte between 1796-1797.
- The Austro-Sardinian War was fought by Napoleon III of France and Kingdom of Sardinia against Austria in 1859.
- The Italian Campaign (WWI) fought primarily by Italy against Austria-Hungary in World War I.
- The Italian Campaign (World War II) that began after the Allied invasion of Italy in World War II.
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