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  • Love for one's country is commonly defined as Nationalism
  • Nationalism in Europe can be traced back to the decline of feudalism and the beginning of the Renaissance.
  • The Renaissance in Europe fostered new political ideas
  • Many European nations experienced heightened periods of nationalism in the 19th century
  • The French Revolution (1789-1799) was a of major political and social change in the history of France and Europe as a whole.
  • The French Revolution posed a major threat to other European states
  • The Revolution, became an inspiration and a guideline for all revolutionaries and communists
  • The Conservatism that reigned in Europe after 1815 found support in the Monarchy, Aristocracy, and the Church.
  • The classic statement of Liberalism was the Declaration of Rights of Man and the Citizen.
  • Nationalism suggested that all those who shared a common language and culture should form their own states.
  • The nationistic movement that started among a tiny group of elite people slowly spread to make its influence felt throughout society.
  • From 1848 to 1852, Europe was shaken by a series of Revolutions
  • Nationalist feelings were widespread among middle-class Germans, who in 1848 tried to unite the different regions of the German confederation into a nation-state governed by an elected parliament
  • Chief Minister Cavour led the movement to unify the regions of Italy.

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