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Nationalism DR

Global Nationalism

Nationalism pride in ones country
Mazzini Cavour Garibaldi Unified Italy
Otto Von Bismarck Unified Germany
Zionism the call for a Jewish homeland
Indian National Congress fought for the rights of hindus
Muslim League fought for the rights of Muslims living in India
Young Turks wanted to strengthen the Ottoman Empire
Pan-Slavism Russian sponsored movement to unite all slavs
Balkans the powder keg of Europe
Napoleon Inspired nationalism among those he conqured
Blood and Iron Bismarck's policy to unite Germany
Armenian Massacre the result of Turkish Nationalism
Created by: drichardson19