Such loyalty different views about war religious

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-Different views about war-religious, dying in faith-very patriotic, dying in honor, protecting country-not very nationalistic, criticising for propagating the war, constantly trying to get young men to sign up for the war on the basis of it being an honor to die for country, which in reality, war is not like how they seemed it up or described it. Nobody was really thinking of the reality of killing people and seeing your ppl dieto. -Extremist: Nazi Germany, fascism,readings about it. -Hitler changed Germany identity/nationalist=> centered around Aryan race beingstronger, ties w/ social darwinism, based on genetics, class, weak vs. strong. -western european, ppl share same language, historical experience, right to pursueits destiny, primary focus of its ppl’s loyalty, highly adoptable pol. Identity seen in Nazy Germany and American Revolution, wanted to adopt an American nationalist identity instead of being colonies of the British. They felt that they had a different national identity from the british, different sense of who they were, wanted to practice different beliefs, and freedom, didn’t want to be ruled by religion. -Alfred Dreyfus: Jewish French Mil. captain, accused of selling mil. Secrets, spy for Germany, very clearly innocent, historians reason he was convicted and deported from France bcof anti-semitism growing in the area, late 1890s and early 1900s.Scapegoats. In 1906 he was proven innocent but the whole affair of him getting wrongly accused it still had a major impact, bc Theodor Herzl wrote book the Jewish State, initially was an assimilationist, bc thought jewish ppl could assimilate into other cultures but after the Dreyfus affair w/ growing anti-semitism that could not be possible, bc of western european nationalist, wit shared language, the hebrews had different language but didn't have country of their own leading to zionism, desire for a jewish nation, to have that sense of nationality bc dont fit. -Jose Rizal: Supporter for filipino nationalism, he was a writer, el filibusterismo, reason why he is significant to nationalism, even thogut fighting for filipino nat. He was kind of 12
controversial bc he was a hybrid of European and Asian bc he was a descendant from China, maybe Spain. He shows that even though he was a melting pot he was still fighting, his definition of nationalism wasn’t necessarily a sharde history but rather in the in and now. -Young turks: ottoman exiles,, who were against European influenceExpansion→ globalizationIndustrialism-->Capitalism vs. Communism-before all about farming-new change needed government change and how to deal with industrialization.Religions;constitutionalism-connect to nationalism-globalization-states have become so different, don’t have the same ideologies.

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