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Unlike the French liberal nationalism model that was distant to religion and came before it, the conservative German nationalism model, which was defined by Hans Kohn in the 1950s and 60s, and examined in detail later by Elia Kedouri and Liah Greenfeld became a concept of nationalism that was accepted especially in the Balkans by bringing together the concepts of religion and nation. The German national state model, which became more prominent in the late 19th century, was modeled in many countries, especially in Balkan countries such as Greece, Serbia, Romania, and Bulgaria. However, the disadvantage of Nikola I was the demographic structure of his country.
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Balkan history, Montenegro history, Romania history, Bulgaria history, Serbia History, nationalism in the Balkans
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Temizer, Abidin, "Nationalism and The Balkans" (2020). Social, Humanity and Administrative Sciences. 13.