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Nationalism

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Nationalism A feeling of loyalty and devotion to one's country. [Nationalism] Develops where people have the same culture
Unification combining of separate states to from one united nation with one government
Unification of Italy Achieved by three nationalists: Garibaldi Mazzini Cavour
Unification of Germany Otto Van Bismarck used blood and iron 3 wars
Nationalism in Austria-Hungry Broken up in to diverse groups
Ireland in the 1800's Great Britain took over Ireland in 1801 The Great Potato Famine Many Irish people migrated to the US to escape the famine
Nationalism in Ireland Many did not want to be ruled by Gr. Britain Southern Ireland broke away (most catholics) Northern Ireland remained part of Great Britain (Most Protestants)
Created by: hello778