Nationalism in WW1?

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Nationalism refers to the act of strongly supporting the rights and interests of one's country. WWI, which was triggered off by the confrontation between Serbs; who wanted to establish a greater Serbia and the Austrian occupation in 1908, saw the start of nationalist movements as different countries sought to protect their interests. It is the strong nationalist elements that led to the re-unification of Italy in 1861 and Germany in 1871.
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Nationalism involves a strong identification of a group of individuals with a political entity defined in national terms. During World War one there was two kinds of nationalism i.e. the desire of subject peoples for independence and the desire of independent nations for dominance and prestige.
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