Nineteenth-Century Nationalism DVD


SKU: DC023612
Format: DVD
Grade Level:
Runtime: 36
Copyright: 1988

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Define and examines the concept of nationalism as it emerged, developed, and then changed form throughout Europe from the French Revolution to the outbreak of World War I. A sense of the time and its passions is evoked by the visual material, which is contemporary to the period, and by a narration that includes quotations from many prominent thinkers and leaders; the program introduces such key figures as Rousseau, Hegel, and Metterich and how they influenced the spread of nationalism. The teacher's guide includes student activities and questions for discussion; an additional booklet provides stimulating activities designed to highlight the relationship between major events in modern European history.