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According to me Rise of nationalism in Europe is easy.
So u r from TN, then I refer to u Rise of Nationalism in Europe.
In rise of Nationalism in Indo-China there are many Chinese names for most probably it will be easy for you to opt for rise of Nationalism in Europe.
1) french revolutionaries introduced terms like la patrie (fatherland) and le citoyen (citizen)
2) frederic sorrieu was the french artist who prepared a series of 4 prints visualizi ng his world made up of socialist and democratic republics
3)Napoleon destroyed democracy but there were several good measures taken by him
*civil code of 1804 did away with all previalges based on birth.
*established equality before law
*simplified administrative divisions
* uniform systems of weights and measures.
* common national currency
negative effects of napoleon's rule was
* forced conscription to armies
* censorship was imposed
*freedom on songs, books and plays was
due to the feeling of nationalism. French people thought to carry the idea of nationalism abroad. French soldiers were welcomed as upnrinvers of liberty, due to forced conscription to armies and
imposing of censorship turned the welcoming to hostility. people had a mixed opinion on Napoleon's rule.
4)ernest renan was a french artist. According to him a nationa was not formed by language, race or relegion.
1. However, the most important contribution of the French Revolution to the world has been the idea of Republicanism. After the French Revolution, the idea of Republican rule came to take root in Europe and people began to question the logic of monarchical rule and the 'Divine Rights Theory'.
2.Artists, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, often made efforts to represent a country as if it were a person. The female figures were chosen to express an abstract idea of a nation. These female figures, thus, became an allegory of the nation.
3.The feeling of Nationalism emerged in Europe because of the enlightenment, which led the people of France to question its existence, rise as a national identity, resulted in the French Revolution. ... During the end of the 18th century, nationalism began to rise in Europe as they wanted to free themselves from the empires.
4.Culture played an important role in creating the idea of 'nation in Europe: ... Romanticism was a cultural movement that believed in emotions, intuitions and mystical feelings over reason and science. They tried to evoke the feelings of a common past and shared heritage. 2.
5.1830 to 1848 is rightly referred to as the age of revolution. because it was during this period that the world witnessed the rise of liberal. nationalism that stood in opposition to conservative regimes across Europe. Liberal nationalism is an idea where the Government is based. on the free will of the people.
6.Provisions of Treaty of Vienna:
(iii) The kingdom of Netherlands was Set-up in North and Genoa was added to Piedmont in the South. (iv) Prussia was given new territories on its Western frontier. (v) Austria was given control of Northern Italy. (vi) Russia was given part of Poland and Prussia was given a part of Saxony.
7.Otto Von Bismarck, the Chief Minister of Prussia, carried out the process of unification with the help of the Prussian army and bureaucracy. Bismarck was convinced that the unification of Germany could be only achieved by the princes, not by the people. He wanted to achieve his aim by merging Prussia into Germany.
1. The most important contribution of the French Revolution to the world has been the idea of republicanism. After the French Revolution the idea of republican rule came to take root in Europe and people began to question the logic of monarchical rule and the divine rights theory.
2. Artists, in the 18th and 19th centuries, often made efforts to represent a country as if it were a person. The female figures were choosen to express an abstract idea of a nation. These female figures does became an allegory of the nation.
3. The feeling of nationalism emerged in Europe because of the enlightenment which led to the people of France to question its existence rise as a national identity resulted in the French Revolution. The French Revolution led France toward the modern nation-state.
4. Culture played an important role in creating the idea of nation in Europe :
Romanticism was a cultural movement that believed in emotions, intuitions and mystical feelings over reason and Science. They tried to evoke the feelings of a common past and shared heritage.
5. 1830 to 1848 is rightly referred to as the age of revolution because it was during this period that the world witnessed the rise of liberal nationalism that stood in opposition to conservative regimes across Europe. This led to the revolutions of reading to other countries of Europe too.
6. (a) The Kingdom of Netherlands was Set-up in North and Genoa was added to piedmont in the South.
(b) Austria was given control of Northern Italy.
(c) Prussia was given new territories on its Western Frontier.
(d) Russia was given part of Poland and Prussia was given a part of Ssxony.
7. Otto von Bismarck, the chief minister of Prussia, carried out the process of unification with the help of Prussia Army and bureaucracy. Bismarck was convinced that to unification of Germany could be only achieved by the princess not by the common people.
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How was the history of nationalism in Britain unlike the rest of Europe?
November 22, 2019avatar
The history of nationalism in Britain unlike the rest of Europe because:
In Britain the formation of the nation-state was not the result of a sudden upheaval or revolution.
The primary identities of the people who inhabited the British Isles were ethnic ones - such as English, Welsh, Scot or Irish.
The Act of Union (1707) between England and Scotland resulted in the formation of the 'United Kingdom of Great Britain' meant that England was able to impose its influence on Scotland. Scotland's distinctive culture and political institutions were systematically suppressed.
The Scottish Highlanders were forbidden to speak their Gaelic language or wear their national dress and large numbers were forcibly driven out of their homeland.
The English helped the Protestants of Ireland to establish their dominance over a largely Catholic country. Catholic revolts against British dominance were suppressed. Ireland was forcibly incorporated into the United Kingdom in 1801.
The symbols of the new Britain - the British flag, the national anthem, the English language were actively promoted and the older nations survived only as subordinate partners in this union.
5) Otto Von Bismarck
6) The Greek War of Independence mobilized nationalist feelings among the educated elite across Europe in 1830-1848.
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