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This text analyzes nationalism in Europe from the French Revolution to the Second World War. Drawing on a wide range of examples, Timothy Baycroft explains what characterizes modern nations, what the theoretical roots of nationalism are, and what interaction there has been with other significant theories. The book also presents reasons for the overwhelming importance of nationalism in the development of modern European history.
The French Revolution and the idea of nation
The growth of a Europe of nations 1814-1870
History, popular will and the nation
Culture,ethnicity and the nation
Class versus nation
Nationalism's popular phase 1870-1914
Imperialism and nationalism
Nationalism in conflict 1914-1945
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ISBN: 9780521598712 ISBN-10: 0521598710 Series: Cambridge Perspectives in History Audience:
Primary / High School
For Ages: 16+ years old For Grades: 11+ Format:
Number Of Pages: 104 Published: 30th November 1998 Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.24
Weight (kg): 0.2