The Political Unification And Industrialization

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The isms In the nineteenth, the political unification and industrialization causing many results in European nations’ growth in military power in the transatlantic. Towards the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, the political and military strength allowed the United States and Europe to wield unprecedented political, military, and influence around the globe. These powers in their military and politics were achievable by the ideologies, or isms, in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Liberalism, nationalism, and socialism helped shape the political and economical structure of the North America and Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Nationalism is the belief that one is part of a nation, and should make it their basic focus of allegiance and a sense of their distinctiveness. Nationalism appealed to many religious groups and many other forms of groups such as political and traditional values. Nationalism had an enormous influence on the revolutions in Europe and the Americas. The idea of nationalism is patriotism, this is why the United States called themselves patriots during the American revolution. Nationalism thrived pretty much everywhere because of its basic principle of uniting common people in a given territory to form a society or community. Otto von Bismarck was appointed prime minister and foreign minister of Austria and sought to draw support away from liberals. He also wanted to unify all the Germany using the nationalistic ideology. He went to war against Denmark and defeated them allowing Germany to unify. Italian unification was achieved by Count Camillo Cavour. “Cavour believed that the Italians had proved themselves to be efficient and economically progr... ... middle of paper ... ...lass and worked in countries with authoritative governments with large presences in their countries economy. Russia and Germany are two of the countries socialism absolutely thrived in. The working class appealed to this ideology in government because it balanced everyone, made everyone equal, by giving everyone the same wage. So a manager of the factor would make as much as a janitor in the same factory. Under Russian rule Jews were treated as aliens. The Russians would form pogroms or riots so that jews would flee Russia. This was one of the examples of anti-Semitism, or anti-judaism in Europe. Jews were considered evil and were chased out of many towns and villages because of their association to money. And with the new government reforms if money was bad then jews had everything to do with it. These ideologies have helped shape the world in the place it is today
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