Nationalism Imperialism War Student

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The Writing is on the Wall: Nationalism, Imperialism, War
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Previously in World Civ… BT 1850-1914 European population doubled Migration to North America, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand
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Gender Issues: Victorian values of “idealized home” divided upper & middle class men & women in separate spheres Gender divisions widen bt working class men & women > women often worked in domestic service, their homes, or prostitution
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C lick icon to add picture Rise of Nationalism Chapter 27
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Nationalism: Political ideology Stresses individual’s membership in a “nation” Nation: a community defined by a common culture & history as well as a territory Late 18th & early 19th century nationalism was a force for unity in Western Europe Late 19th C. it hastened the disintegration of Austro- In 20th C countries declare independence from colonizers
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Nationalism > Liberalism > Conservatism Nationalism 1st associated with liberalism But the process of unifying the Italian provinces and unification of German states shifts nationalism from radical liberal democratic idea to a conservative method of building popular support for strong centralized government Even if that government was aristocratic and monarchial Nationalism associated with rise of power
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C lick ico n to ad d p ictu re Click icon to add picture Japan: In late 1800s Tokugawa Shogunate still in power! (since 1600) Shoguns attempted to minimize exposure to foreigners 1853 Commodore Matthew C Perry (US) Decentralization, dissatisfaction, tension = civil war
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Nationalism & Rise of Power: Precursor of War Germany unified and very powerful under Otto von Bismark Germany aggressive & pursued colonial expansion French also very nationalistic Britain: some issues with economy and “the Irish Problem”
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course UGC 112 taught by Professor Barry during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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