Nationalism














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Vocabulary for Nationalism Unifies the People

The following is a list of terms and people. Not only should you know the definition but also be able to make connections to the unit of study.
(Example: Realpolitik - realistic policies based on the need of the state; used by Cavour and Bismarck in the unification process; an example of realpolitik would be Bismarck building an alliance with Austria, then declaring war on them for the German land they controlled.)

Nationalism....................................Nation....................................State
Conservative..................................Liberal...................................Otto von Bismarck
kaiser.............................................realpolitik..............................."blood and iron"
Zollverein....................................."a nationalist"..........................red shirts
Young Italy....................................Count Camillo Cavour...........Guiseppe Mazzini
Guiseppe Garibaldi.......................social reforms (Not on Quiz)........................Napoleon
Congress of Vienna......................Reichstag..............................Kulterkampf
tarriff...........................................Social Democrats (not on Quiz)......................

Why was there a need to hold the Congress of Vienna?
What were the differences between northern and southern Italy?
Be able to identify and explain the similarites and differences of the unification process of Italy and Germany.
How are liberals and conservatives different in the 1800's? What do each want?
How is realpolitik used in Italy and Germany?
Examples of nationalists.
How is a nationalist different from Bismarck and Cavour?
Review the blood and iron speech


Day 1: German Unification Intro

Monday 1/5/15

JOURNAL: We have seen how nationalism can divide people. How might nationalism unify people for a noble cause?
    • use the maps in the above document to see the changing map in Europe.
    • pay particular attention to:
      • France's conquest/domination of Europe seen during the 1700's and into the early 1800's
      • France's domination of Europe clearly ends in the early 1800's, as their land is scaled back and the balance is restored in Europe
      • Prussia in the mid 1800's is surrounded by German states controlled by foreign powers
      • Prussia becomes Germany as the Germanic areas unify in 1871
  • Visit the links provided: CoV1, CoV2,
    • use the reading to answer the following questions:
      • What is a diplomat?
      • Why was there a "need" for the Congress of Vienna?
      • What is meant by the balance of power?
      • What were the conservatives at the Congress of Vienna trying to accomplish?
      • Who was considered the "architect" of the Congress of Vienna?
      • What seems to be the biggest concern for each of the representatives at the congress?

Who do these people appear to be and what are they doing? Why?
Monarchs Celebrate the Congress of Vienna.jpg

Map of Europe 1814
Map of Europe 1814.PNG


Map of Europe after the Congress of Vienna
Map of Europe 1815.PNG


Map of Europe 1900
Map of Europe 1900.PNG

Build a Hypothesis:
Evaluate the maps above. What changes have taken place to cause the maps to change? Can you link any of the changes to Nationalism?

  • HOMEWORK: Due Wednesday 1/7/2015
    • Read Building a German Nation10-1, on p. 330-333 in textbook
    • Honors: Outline Section AND answer the Checkpoint questions (Honors complete the section assessment as well)
      • What was the German Confederation?
      • What techniques did Bismarck use to unify the German states?
      • How was the new German government, that was drafted by Bismarck, structured?

Day 2: German Unification

Tuesday. 1/6/2015
How is Nationalism used to unity people?
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Analyze the picture above. What is it saying? What different symbols do you see and hat to they stand for?




How to Unify the German People.PNG
(Lynch) Due Wednesday 1/14/15

Create a SQ3R outline for chapter 10-2 Germany Strengthens. This must be done by hand on a loose-leaf piece of paper.



Day 3: Blood & Iron Speech

Wednesday 1/7/2015
  • Evaluate the Otto von Bismarck's Blood and Iron Speech
  • What makes this Nationalistic? Find key terms of Nationalism within the Speech

Homework: Due Friday 1/9/2015 Read Chapter 10, Section 2 of the Textbook
  • Outline the information in the text
  • Answer the section review questions

DAY 4: Italian Nationalism and Unification


Map of Italy 1815.PNG

In the map above, notice that Italy is divided into city-states and not unified.

What were the challenges to unifying the Italian people?
Who were the leaders and where would they fall on the political spectrum?
How was realpolitik used in Italy.

Ultimately, how was the unification of the Italian people similar and/or different to the unification of the German people?



A better resource tells the story with greater details

Right Leg in the Boot at Last.PNG

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Nationalism in Europe and clashes against Conservatism


Video on the clash between Nationalism and Conservatism



Indian Nationalism


Textbook Chapter 15, Section 3


Indian National Congress

The Salt March

A letter from Gandhi to Queen Victoria

Who was the leader of the independence movement in India?

what struggles was India facing prior to their independence?

How does the the fight for independence in India differ from some of the others studied in class?

The Salt March Inforgraphic.PNG

Latin American Nationalism


Textbook: Chapter 8, Section 3



for more information:


1. Who are the leaders of the Independence movement in Latin America (Mexico, Haiti, South America)?
2. By what means, Liberal or Conservative, did the people of Latin America gain independence? Explain using evidence from the text.
3. After they are liberated, what struggles did they face?

Directly from the textbook for those wanting to perform a nationalist speech:

Writing About History

Quick Write: Use Effective Language


Most effective persuasive essays contain memorable and convincing details and vivid, persuasive language. Suppose you were one of the revolutionary leaders mentioned in the section. Write notes for a speech in which you persuade others to join your cause. Include at least three compelling reasons why people should follow you.



Nationalism Webquest and Writing Assignment



Day 4: Other Nationalism Examples



Day 5: Nationalism Webquest

Wed. 1/2/2013

Day 6: Comparing Nationalist Movements

Thursday 1/3/2013
  • Recap German Unification
  • Analyze and discuss other examples of Nationalism, particularly from the Holiday Break Assignment
  • Discuss elements of the Nationalism Webquest/Writing Assignment

Day 7: Webquest & Writing Assignment

Friday 1/4/2013

Day 7 (Mr.Rehr): Recap of German Unification




Day 8: Italian Unification

Monday 1/7/2013
  • Read the three sections of "Italy Unifies" p. 338-342
  • Create 3 higher-level thinking/essay questions for each section
  • Answer each question in either bulleted or paragraph form


Day 9: Webquest & Writing Assignment

Tuesday 1/8/2013
  • Report to Library and continue working on Assignment (see top of page)

Day 10: Italian Unification

Wedn. 1/9/2013
*continuation of Monday
  • Read the three sections of "Italy Unifies" p. 338-342
  • Create 3 higher-level thinking/essay questions for each section
  • Answer each question in either bulleted or paragraph form



Day 11:Webquest & Writing Assignment

Thursday 1/10/2013
  • Report to Library and continue working on Assignment (see top of page)


Day 12: Nationalism Exam REVIEW

Friday 1/11/2013



Day 13: Nationalism Exam

Monday 1/14/2013


Resources for Nationalism