|1.||Discontent on the part of racial, linguistic, or religious minorities
often fostered by irredentism or by hope of self-determination--
|2.||Persecution of such minorities often motivated by fear of irredentism
or of self-determination--for example:|
|3.||Irredentism usually stimulated by such persecution.|
|4.||The vicious circle--irredentism, persecution, more intense irredentism.|
|1.||"Prussianization" policies in Prussian Poland, Northern Schleswig,
References:--* Hayes, Modern Europe, II, 419. # C. D. Hazen, Alsace- Lorraine under German Rule. # Bülow, Imperial Germany, Pt. 1, ch. iv. # Dawson, Evolution of Modern Germany, ch. xxiii.
|2.||"Russification" policies of Russian government as applied to Poles,
Lithuanians, Esthonians, Letts, Finns, Ukrainians, Armenians, etc.|
References:--* Hayes, Modern Europe, II, 470-3. Hazen, Europe Since
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Publication information: Book title: Syllabus on International Relations. Contributors: Parker Thomas Moon - Author, Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) - OrganizationName. Publisher: Macmillan. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1925. Page number: 32.