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Nationalism

By: Gooch, G. P. (George Peabody), 1873-1968

... among the many others, to enlighten the intelligence and direct the will NATIONALISM By ' ,' G. P. GOOCH Author of "History and Historians in the Ni... ... THE AWAKENING OF THE EAST 92 VII ARMAGEDDON 108 INTRODUCTION THE core of nationalism is group-consciousness, the love of the community, great or sma... ... widened its sphere from the clan and the tribe to the city and the state, nationalism as an operative principle and an articulate creed only made its... ...ant type of political organisation. In the fulness of time the doctrine of nationalism issued from the volcanic fires of the French Revolution, carryi... ... filling the nineteenth century with the insistent clamour of its demands* Nationalism is the self-consciousness of a nation, and its flowing current ... ...e out in Constantinople, and the Young Turks fled for their lives. But the Macedonian troops remained loyal to the Committee, and within a fortnight S...

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Nationalism

By: Gooch, G. P. (George Peabody), 1873-1968

... among the many others, to enlighten the intelligence and direct the will NATIONALISM By ' ,' G. P. GOOCH Author of "History and Historians in the Ni... ... THE AWAKENING OF THE EAST 92 VII ARMAGEDDON 108 INTRODUCTION THE core of nationalism is group-consciousness, the love of the community, great or sma... ... widened its sphere from the clan and the tribe to the city and the state, nationalism as an operative principle and an articulate creed only made its... ...ant type of political organisation. In the fulness of time the doctrine of nationalism issued from the volcanic fires of the French Revolution, carryi... ... filling the nineteenth century with the insistent clamour of its demands* Nationalism is the self-consciousness of a nation, and its flowing current ... ...e out in Constantinople, and the Young Turks fled for their lives. But the Macedonian troops remained loyal to the Committee, and within a fortnight S...

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Nationalism and Internationalism, The Culmination of Modern History

By: Muir, Ramsay, 1872-1941

...SM AND INTERNATIONALISM THE CULMINATION OF MODERN HISTORY By Professor RAMSAY MUIR I. Nationalism and Internationalism 61- net II. National SelfGover... ...RATS. 4/6 net. Published by CONSTABLE & CO., LTD. 10 Orange Street .-. London, W.C. 2 NATIONALISM AND INTERNATIONALISM THECULMINATIONOFMODERNHISTORY ... ...be mutually hostile. But they are not really so. It is only on the basis of triumphant nationalism, as the great Napoleon saw a hundred years ago, tha... ...t nationalism, as the great Napoleon saw a hundred years ago, that an effective inter- nationalism can be realised. It is only by means of an organise... ... TION i. LAW AND LIBERTY . . . .13 ii. THE THREE ERAS OF WESTERN CIVILISA- TION 22 II. NATIONALISM i. THE MEANING OF NATIONALITY . . 37 ii. THE EMERGE... ...ceptions of Law and Liberty. When Greek influence was expanded over the east under the Macedonian kings, it was only the products of the Greek culture...

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Race & Nationality; An Inquiry into the Origin and Growth of Partriotism

By: Oakesmith, John

...years ago," says Mr. Brailsford, " it would have been hard to find a Central Macedonian who could have answered with any intelligence the question whe... ...on him in the Merchant of Venice, 1 Ruppin, p. 114. 2 Scenes et Doctrines du Nationalisme, par Maurice Barres, de 1'Aca- demic Franaise (Paris : Libra... ...tion, unless unnatural efforts are made to keep up the pretence of Judaistic nationalism. The develop- ment of social life in the modern world has not... ...r rather the Power, who fantastically aimed at destroy- ing it altogether. " Nationalism," says Mr. Arnold J. Toynbee, in his highly interesting book ... ...not so simple. The " patriot " may make out as " reasonable " a case for his nationalism as Mr. Angell does for inter- nationalism. Reason, unfortunat...

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Arms and the Map; A Study of Nationalities and Frontiers

By: Hannah, Ian Campbell, B. 1874

...portion. Originally it was wholly fclav and largely identified with Bohemian nationalism. THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE 187 Turks, in later days they had no ve... ...le extent the Greek cities were all brought together by the semi-bar- barian Macedonian power under Philip and Alexander the Great. But although the M...

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Balkanized Europe : A Study in Political Analysis and Reconstruction

By: Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1887

...MANIA 217 7. JUGO-SLAVIA 228 8. GREECE 240 PART V. FORCES OF COHESION 1. THE NATIONALISM OF THE MASSES 253 2. THE GENESIS OF FOREIGN POLICY 259 3. THE... ...er." This exaggerated government control, he considers, is due to "political nationalism, supplemented by extreme economic nationalism." And the root ... ...ther, of defeat in war, is getting tired of the continual agita- tion of the Macedonian organization, whose enmity 194 BALKANIZED EUROPE toward both ... ...oulisky government, therefore, supported, with the possible exception of the Macedonian or- ganization, by the entire country, has asked to be al- low... ... Thrace and the Dardanelles. As for Asia Minor, it is the citadel of Turkish nationalism. The Greeks, though they have of late greatly improved their ... ...struction will be possible, must be builded. PART V FORCES OF COHESION THE NATIONALISM OF THE MASSES THERE are four current fallacies regarding the ... ...n America and in the democracies of Western Europe. It may be well to define nationalism. Nationalism, in internal affairs, demands the sacrifice of i...

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Nationality as a Factor in Modern History

By: Rose, John Holland, 1855-1942

...The sense which I attach to the words " race," " people," " nation," " nationality," " nationalism," is, briefly, as follows : For the reasons stated ... ... France a nation — Reaction against her aggressions in 1808- 15 — Failures of sporadic Nationalism in 1848-9 — Successes of organized Nationalism in 1... ...isused national forces raised originally for defensive purposes ....... 141 LECTURE IX NATIONALISM SINCE l88^\/ lationality a great constructive force... ...quality— Unwise or —- 'unreal efforts after 1815 — " Young Europe " (1834) — Organized Nationalism overshadowed the Internationale, which started in 1... ...y " On the minor Works of Dante " read into the De Monarchid much of his own perfervid nationalism. But it is true that Dante's ; world-empire was to ... ...lack of energy in the efforts, or because the racial feuds were insoluble. 1 Very many Macedonians have no definite racial affinity, which enables riv...

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Nationality as a factor in modern history

By: Rose, John Holland, 1855-1942

...The sense which I attach to the words " race," " people," " nation," " nationality," " nationalism," is, briefly, as follows : For the reasons stated ... ... France a nation — Reaction against her aggressions in 1808- 15 — Failures of sporadic Nationalism in 1848-9 — Successes of organized Nationalism in 1... ...isused national forces raised originally for defensive purposes ....... 141 LECTURE IX NATIONALISM SINCE l88^\/ lationality a great constructive force... ...quality— Unwise or —- 'unreal efforts after 1815 — " Young Europe " (1834) — Organized Nationalism overshadowed the Internationale, which started in 1... ...y " On the minor Works of Dante " read into the De Monarchid much of his own perfervid nationalism. But it is true that Dante's ; world-empire was to ... ...lack of energy in the efforts, or because the racial feuds were insoluble. 1 Very many Macedonians have no definite racial affinity, which enables riv...

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National Ideals in the Old Testament

By: Cadbury, Henry Joel, 1883-1974

...ERVANT SONGS) 196 XXI. THE INTENSIFICATION OF NATIONAL- ISM 206 XXII. A CARTOON OF NATIONALISM (JONAH) 217 XXIII. THE LITERATURE OF SUPPRESSION (DANIE... ...III. THE LITERATURE OF SUPPRESSION (DANIEL) 224 XXIV.' THE MESSIANIC HOPE 239 XXV. NATIONALISM TRANSCENDED . . . 251 CONCLUSION 262 INDEX . 265 NATIO... ...s worthy of some consideration to show the effect of this movement on later Hebrew nationalism. One of the legacies of Mosaic tradition, if not of Mos... ...ternal dangers or domination. But it is important to observe of the nascent Hebrew nationalism that abstract unity was not a motive of much influence.... ...red that it is merely the exaggeration of a common and still prevalent emphasis on nationalism. It is fostered by two of the most insidious national f... ...sm inevitable in the era which followed Alexander's conquest when he and the other Macedonian generals who inherited and divided his empire became the...

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National ideals in the Old Testament

By: Cadbury, Henry Joel, 1883-1974

...ERVANT SONGS) 196 XXI. THE INTENSIFICATION OF NATIONAL- ISM 206 XXII. A CARTOON OF NATIONALISM (JONAH) 217 XXIII. THE LITERATURE OF SUPPRESSION (DANIE... ...III. THE LITERATURE OF SUPPRESSION (DANIEL) 224 XXIV.' THE MESSIANIC HOPE 239 XXV. NATIONALISM TRANSCENDED . . . 251 CONCLUSION 262 INDEX . 265 NATIO... ...s worthy of some consideration to show the effect of this movement on later Hebrew nationalism. One of the legacies of Mosaic tradition, if not of Mos... ...ternal dangers or domination. But it is important to observe of the nascent Hebrew nationalism that abstract unity was not a motive of much influence.... ...red that it is merely the exaggeration of a common and still prevalent emphasis on nationalism. It is fostered by two of the most insidious national f... ...sm inevitable in the era which followed Alexander's conquest when he and the other Macedonian generals who inherited and divided his empire became the...

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National Ideals in the Old Testament

By: Cadbury, Henry Joel, 1883-1974

... of some consideration to show the effect of this movement on later Hebrew nationalism. One of the legacies of Mosaic tradition, if not of Mosaic hist... ...angers or domination. But it is important to observe of the nascent Hebrew nationalism that abstract unity was not a motive of much influence. Though,... ... it is merely the exaggeration of a common and still prevalent emphasis on nationalism. It is fostered by two of the most insidious national faults: n... ...hird element should be mentioned which entered this association of war and nationalism on almost equal terms and, as it were, created a triangle. This... ...h's principle of faith and its moral emphasis explains his attitude to the nationalism of his time. Not so explicitly as other prophets, but with no l... ...table in the era which followed Alexander's conquest when he and the other Macedonian generals who inherited and divided his empire became the conscio...

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The Great Peace

By: Powers, H. H. (Harry Huntington), 1859-1936

...uite beyond the scope of the present work. PAET 1 NATIONALITY CHAPTEE II NATIONALISM As we approach tlie problem of peace, the first question is, wh... ...ation is clear. War contracts of immense extent are let on easy terms and NATIONALISM 17 result in enormous profits. Currency inflation, always a con... ...— there can be no question now,— as to where the interests of capital and NATIONALISM 19 finance really lie and on which side their representatives a... ...be mistaken for the reality. It is only out of the democracy of the pres- NATIONALISM 21 ent and the imperfect class relations of the present that th... ...nd herself in competition with Serbia and Greece in the attempt to win the Macedonians, she found it impossible to AUSTEIA 231 do so while she reco... ...o AUSTEIA 231 do so while she recognized the same church authority. The Macedonians could not understand what it meant to join the Bulgarian cause ... ...ointed an Exarch as the head of her own church. It was now possible to win Macedonians to her cause because there was something tangible to lay hold o... ...e whole Austro-Hungarian domain, the essen- tial basis of nationality. The Macedonian peasant hardly feels it more than the Austrian or Hungarian nobi... ...is organic capacity in which he is guilty of such incredible crimes as the Macedonian atroci- ties and the Armenian massacres, it is rather his helple...

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Balkanized Europe : A Study in Political Analysis and Reconstruction

By: Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1887; Aughinbaugh, William Edmund

...nia z17 7. Jugo-Slavia 328 8. Greecb 240 PART V. FORCES OF COHESION I. The Nationalism of the Masses 253 a. The Genesis of Foreign Policy 259 3. The L... ...." This exaggerated government control, he considers, is due to "political nationalism, supplemented by extreme economic nationalism." And the root of... ...er, of defeat in war, is getting tired of the continual agita- tion of the Macedonian organization, whose enmity 194 BALKANIZED EUROPE toward both th... ...lisky government, therefore, supported, with the possible exception of the Macedonian or- ganization, by the entire country, has asked to be al- lowed... ...hrace and the Dardanelles. As for Asia Minor, it is the citadel of Turkish nationalism. The Greeks, though they have of late greatly improved their ar... ...ction will be possible, must be builded. < PART V FORCES OF COHESION THE NATIONALISM OF THE MASSES There are four current fallacies regarding the am... ...America and in the democracies of Western Europe. It may be well to define nationalism. Nationalism, in internal affairs, demands the sacrifice of ind...

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The War and Democracy

By: Seton Watson, R. W. (Robert William), 1879-1951

... of Helsingfors, Finland 1. NATION AND NATIONALITY . . . .18 2. THE BIRTH OF NATIONALISM : POLAND AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ...... 22 3. THE CONGRESS ... ... together within the confines of a single sovereign State. 1 2. The Birth of Nationalism : Poland and the French Revolution. With these general princi... ...xteenth century. But it was not until the end of the eighteenth century that nationalism became a real force in Europe, an idea for which men ' died a... ...by govern- 1 See Chapter IX. for further treatment of this. IT THE BIRTH OF NATIONALISM 23 merits nor asserted by the people. The interest of the rei... ...ist, for the new gospel which France preached was the gospel of Liberty, and nationalism is an extension, a variant of this gospel. In France itself, ... ... that, in proportion as the work of Serbo-Croat unification is achieved, the Macedonian frontier will be revised in favour of Bulgaria. It is possible...

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