Rise of Nationalism in Europe Quiz

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What was the ideological impetus that transformed Europe in the 19th century?

Nationalism

Which country was not formed by uprisings against the Ottoman or Russian Empires?

Germany

What intellectual movement emphasized national identity and cultural self-expression through nationhood?

Romanticism

Who was the key exponent of the modern idea of the nation-state?

G. W. Friedrich Hegel

Which two principalities were unified to form Romania in 1859?

Moldavia and Wallachia

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The Transformation of Europe in the 19th Century

  • The ideological impetus that transformed Europe in the 19th century was the rise of nationalism.

Nationalism and Nation-State

  • Nationalism emphasized national identity and cultural self-expression through nationhood.
  • The key exponent of the modern idea of the nation-state was Ernest Renan.

Formation of European Countries

  • Most European countries were formed by uprisings against the Ottoman or Russian Empires.
  • The exception was Belgium, which was not formed by uprisings against these empires.

Unification of Romania

  • In 1859, the two principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia were unified to form Romania.

Test your knowledge of the rise of nationalism in Europe with this quiz. Explore the impact of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, and delve into the concept of the nation-state as an expression of national interests.

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