Nationalism in Belgium

Nationalism in Belgium

Author: Kas Deprez

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 0333657373

Category: Belgium

Page: 281

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Examining shifting national identities in Belgium, this book is an attempt to show how these identities emerged and evolved. It explains why the Belgian identity, which in 1830 was so strong that it could create a new nation-state, has become so weak that today it has to accept a mere overarching role above and in competition with the new national loyalties.
Nationalism in Belgium
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