Assertion and reason by the last …
Assertion and reason by the last quarter of the 19th century nationalism no longer written it idealistic labour democratic sentiment of the first half of the century but become a narcade with limited ends reason the major European powers in term manipulative the nationalist aspiration of the subject paper in a rope to further there on imperialist AIMS
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Sentiment of Nationalism in the first half of the 19th century:
- Towards the end of the 19th century, nationalism became a narrow belief with inadequate ends. Nationalism could not retain its idealistic liberal-democratic sentiment of the first half of the century but became a narrow belief with inadequate ends.
- This period saw nationalist groups becoming increasingly prejudiced of each other. Nationalist groups became increasingly intolerant leading to war,
- Major European powers manipulated the nationalist aspirations to further their own imperialist aims.
- Source of nationalist tension in Europe was the area called Balkans. Balkan states became jealous of each other and entered into a conflict to establish more control and power in the region at the cost of others.
- The idea of romantic nationalism in the Balkan together with the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire made this region very explosive.
- The chief European authorities saw this as an opportunity and manipulated the nationalist desires of the subject peoples. ‘
- One by one, European nationalities broke away from its control and declared independence.
- The Balkan people based their aims for independence or political rights on nationality to prove that they were once independent but were subjugated by a foreign power.
- As the different, Slavic nationalities struggled to define their identity and independence, the Balkan area became an area of intense conflict.
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