Nationalism in the Middle Ages
In this work 15 historians present 15 views on the origins, developments, and significance of nationalism in medieval Europe. The relationships of language, war, feudalism, the church, and propaganda to these aspects make these views basic for understanding how nationalism transformed medieval Europe.
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FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIEVAL
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