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Topics: World War II, United States, World War I Pages: 3 (840 words) Published: April 4, 2014
Nationalism is the idea or feeling of being loyal to one's country, sometimes thinking it is better than other countries. Nationalism sparked a big change in Europe during the 1800s. Nationalism's peak was during the 1800s. Nationalism helped unite people into nation-states, toppled large empires, and contributed to wars like the Franco-Prussian War and World War I.

Nationalism caused many countries to divide and revolt against to get their independence.Nationalism is the idea or feeling of being loyal to one's country, sometimes thinking it is better than other countries. Nationalism sparked a big change in Europe during the 1800s. Nationalism's peak was during the 1800s. Nationalism helped unite people into nation-states, toppled large empires, and contributed to wars like the Franco-Prussian War and World War I.

Nationalism caused many countries to divide and revolt against to get their independence.Nationalism is the idea or feeling of being loyal to one's country, sometimes thinking it is better than other countries. Nationalism sparked a big change in Europe during the 1800s. Nationalism's peak was during the 1800s. Nationalism helped unite people into nation-states, toppled large empires, and contributed to wars like the Franco-Prussian War and World War I.

Nationalism caused many countries to divide and revolt against to get their independence.Nationalism is the idea or feeling of being loyal to one's country, sometimes thinking it is better than other countries. Nationalism sparked a big change in Europe during the 1800s. Nationalism's peak was during the 1800s. Nationalism helped unite people into nation-states, toppled large empires, and contributed to wars like the Franco-Prussian War and World War I.

Nationalism caused many countries to divide and revolt against to get their independence.Nationalism is the idea or feeling of being loyal to one's country, sometimes thinking it is better than other countries....
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