Development of Britain
The formation of the nation-state – Britain was a strange case.
- There was no British country before the eighteenth century.
- Scots, English, Irish, and Welsh peoples made up the population of the British Isles. There were distinct political and cultural traditions among each of these ethnic groupings.
Subjugation of Ireland by England
- Ireland was forcibly incorporated into the United Kingdom in 1801, following the failure of the United Irishmen (1798) insurrection led by Wolfe Tone.
Scotland – Subjugation of Culture by England
- Through the Act of Union, England was allowed to exert its influence on Scotland (1707). This Act established the "United Kingdom of Great Britain" and was a union of Scotland and England.
- English lawmakers predominated the British Parliament following this action. Now the equation was England+Wales+Scotland+Ireland=United Kingdom of Great Britain
Through a Focus on Any Two Countries, Explain How Nations Developed Over the Nineteenth Century
Italy and Britain were the two nations that received the most attention under nationalism, which replaced the hereditary empires of Europe with nation-states.
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