19th Century Nationalism: The Origins of Nationalism Video

Video title: The Origins of Nationalism

Watch this 19th Century World History and Nationalism video entitled The Origins of Nationalism to study the concept of nationalism as it emerged, developed, and changed form throughout Europe from the writings of Rousseau to the outbreak of World War 1. Learn how the Romantic Movement and the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century inspired the pursuit of cultural nationalism and the struggle for national unity. Discover the nationalist movements in Italy and the German state of Prussia, where strong leaders forged nations out of many disparate states in the 19th century.

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  • Origin of Nationalism. Learn about The Origins of Nationalism. Explore the forces of nationalism that emerged in the nineteenth century, overthrowing the powers of the 'old' Europe and creating new nations.
  • Examine the concept of nationalism as it emerged, developed, and changed form throughout Europe from the writings of Rousseau to the outbreak of World War 1.
  • Learn how the Romantic movement and the Napoleonic Wars of the early nineteenth century inspired the pursuit of cultural nationalism and the struggle for national unity. Explore nationalist movements in Italy and the German state of Prussia, where strong leaders forged nations out of many disparate states in the nineteenth century.
  • Describe the two stages of nationalism in nineteenth-century Europe, and gain insight to its beginnings as a radical political force that ultimately became a conservative ideology.
  • Discover why the forces of nationalism had, by the end of the nineteenth century, sparked hostile rivalries and a full-scale arms race that set the stage for World War 1.
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