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1. The Franco-Prussian War resulted from readiness in France and in Prussia to fight over the future of the South German states 2. Those most committed to the unification of Italy included the Italian middle classes, which saw unity as good for trade and commerce 3. Giuseppe Garibaldi did not support what the need for a separate southern Italian state 4. The Junkers were Prussian aristocrats who supported the Prussian throne 5. As a result of the creation of the Dual Monarchy in the Hapsburg Empire in 1867 most ethnic minorities felt that the domination of the Germans and Magyars blocked their own national aspirations 6. Zionism was founded by Theodor Herzl 7. In the early 19th century, Prussian bureaucrats introduced reforms in order to strengthen the state 8. By the beginning of the 20th century, the staunchest advocates of nationalism were conservatives 9. Volkish thinkers believed that the pure German spirit had been corrupted by the Enlightenment 10. Volkish thinkers thought of race as

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