Arab nationalism is a nationalist ideology that arose in the 20th century  mainly as a reaction to Turkish nationalism. In the 19th century in response to Western influences, a radical change took shape.
This is among the more difficult to follow. The concepts are not quite that hard to explain. The period of revolution and rising nationalism, end of slavery and all that follows in the s is shared by all European nations.
The section on the French revolution at the start attempted to summarize quite a lot in a few pages. All the nations involved in a short period are listed. What happened was that other kingdoms in Europe attempted to control France and take advantage to make gains of their own.
All this could be explained with a few maps. There are no maps in the book. Illustrations show troops and Napoleon. The actual Napoleonic wars are a little more easy to follow, but again, no maps. I was most familiar with Alexander I and Napoleon prior to reading the book. These Russian adventures and the end game at Waterloo are the famous battles, there are plenty of precedent maps to follow.
War coverage end on page 55 and the rest of the book has descriptions of the life of soldiers and sort of social history related to the war and a chapter on naval warfare. Some details rehash the material of the first 55 pages. The coverage of the s in these books is rather spotty.
You can buy a Short Introduction on Russian history and one on English history etc. But the century as a whole is not covered in any one short book in the series. I suggest a college text on European History, Western civilization or a historical atlas instead.
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There are also books covering democracy and political development that might help. In defense of the author, this is a messy period of European history, and you can't discuss Napoleon with France alone.
Sorry, unlike many, this is not a keeper.The Armenian Genocide (Armenian: Հայոց ցեղասպանություն, Hayots tseghaspanutyun), also known as the Armenian Holocaust, was the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of million Armenians, mostly citizens within the Ottoman Empire.
The starting date is conventionally held to be 24 April , the day that Ottoman authorities rounded up, arrested, and deported from.
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Feb 28, · This is what George Orwell wrote on the topic of Nationalism. Some countries thought themseves as superior to the inferior countries, or countries with Status: Resolved.
Nationalism has always existed. However, the twentieth century involved the creation of so many new nations in such a short period, that it only seems as if Nationalism arose so rapidly.
Nationalism created most of the countries - Italy, Germany etc were melted together form independent mini-states by Nationalist sentiments in the 19th century.
Almost all the others were created in the 20th century by splitting former Empires - th. The twentieth century was an era of imperialism, nationalism and decolonization which would all contribute to the outbreak of both world wars. Each war was both surprising to .