Outline 7 Nationalism

Outline 7 Nationalism - Franco-Prussian war (1870-1871) At...

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Outline 7/Nationalism People as Sovereign = defined boundaries Civic (Liberal) Nationalism Ethnic Nationalism Authoritarian Nationalism (Conservative) Expansionist Nationalism (Imperialism)
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Napoleon III Otto von Bismarck
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Conservative Turn (or compromise) a) French Model (Napoleon III) •Assembly member Napoleon III (the Nephew of Napoleon I) wins 75% of the vote and becomes President in 1848. •Napoleon the III, staged a coup in 1851 and destroys the National Assembly declaring himself Emperor (all things to all classes) b) The German Model (Bismarck/Wilhelm I) •Otto von Bismarck becomes Prussian Minister President in 1862, accepted the necessity of national unification but was determined to bring united Germany under the hegemony of the conservative, anti-liberal Prussian monarchy. North German Confederation (1867) and war with Austrian Empire
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Unformatted text preview: Franco-Prussian war (1870-1871) At Versailles on 18 January 1871 he had his king proclaim the German Empire. Issue of National Outsiders (Catholic Church, Sots, Polish Minorities, etc.) Napoleon III with Bismarck after his capture 20 National Medals of Honor were given for this slaughter of over 200 children and women, along with over 100 unarmed men. The image is a mass grave of 146 people killed at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, USA (December 29, 1890) Building National Identity a) Concept of Modernity (French & Industrial Revolutions) b) Medical/Moral Discourse c) Racial and Sexual Outsiders (example of the Masturbator and others) d) Institutional Solutions Masculinity Femininity Male anti-masturbation device, 1880-1920 Christian Khler (1809-1861) "Erwachende Germania" 1849...
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