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Nationalism
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Carbonari
Panslavism
Mazzini (1805-77)
Louis Kossuth (1802-94)
Klemens von Metternich (1773-1859)
Camillo di Cavour (1810-61)
Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-82)
-Nationalism: religion of the 19th C
-Ideas that some nations are better than others
-Sense of national identification
-In some ways it was positive
-Fictional unification of Italy by Napoleon and then Poland
-Growth of national sense of determination was also negative
-Negative in Spain – were against the foreign monarch, and the constitution
-Nationalism was in a sense irrational
-Congress of Vienna – was not discussed: national sense of determination
-Nationalism was identified with republicanism and other negative outcomes of the French Revolution
-Poland and Italy were again absorbed into old empires
-Europeans felt that nationalism was past of oppression and response to the Napoleonic wars
-No attempts to create a new set of states based on national identification
-National feelings which were excited by the French did not disappear
-Revolt of the Poles
-1848: forces beyond traditional empires were at work
-Germanism – free trade customs union united Germanic states (all except Austria)
-Was recognized as a political necessity
-The German Confederation
-Purely economic goals gave rise to a political unification
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Ideas that some nations are better than others. Fictional unification of italy by napoleon and then poland. Growth of national sense of determination was also negative. Negative in spain were against the foreign monarch, and the constitution. Congress of vienna was not discussed: national sense of determination. Nationalism was identified with republicanism and other negative outcomes of the french revolution. Poland and italy were again absorbed into old empires. Europeans felt that nationalism was past of oppression and response to the napoleonic wars. No attempts to create a new set of states based on national identification. National feelings which were excited by the french did not disappear. 1848: forces beyond traditional empires were at work. Germanism free trade customs union united germanic states (all except austria) Purely economic goals gave rise to a political unification www. notesolution. com. Austrian empire was being divided, while germanic nations were uniting.

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