Nazionalismo albanese

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Il nazionalismo albanese è un'ideologia politica nazionalista diffusa in Albania e formatasi all'inizio del XIX secolo, chiamata inizialmente Risveglio nazionale albanese, "Rinascimento nazionale" o "Revival Nazionale" (Albanese: Rilindja Kombëtare). Il nazionalismo albanese è anche associato a concetti simili, come l'Albanismo[1][2][3][4][5] e il Pan-Albanismo,[6][7] e le idee che avrebbero condotto alla formazione della Grande Albania o Albania etnica.

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  1. ^ The Crescent and the Eagle: Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians, 1874-1913 (Library of Ottoman Studies) by George Gawrych, 2006, page 20: "... dynamic that would remain essential for understanding the development of Albanianism."
  2. ^ Kosovo: War and Revenge by Mr. Tim Judah and Tim Judah, 2002, page 12, the religion of Albanians is Albanianism
  3. ^ The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World by Joel Krieger, 2001, page 475: "... frequently then and since, "The religion of the Albanians is Albanianism.
  4. ^ One World Divisible: A Global History Since 1945 (The Global Century Series) by David Reynolds, 2001, page 233: "... the country." Henceforth, Hoxha announced, the only religion would be "Albanianism. ..."
  5. ^ Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers, Bernd Jürgen Fischer, Albanian Identities: Myth and History, Indiana University Press, 2002, ISBN 978-0-253-34189-1, page 92 & (100)-(102)-(132)
  6. ^ The Balkans: A Post-Communist History by Bideleux/Jeffri, 2006, page 423, "... form a 'Greater Albania'. Although considerable attention was given to pan-Albanianism in the West"
  7. ^ Pan-Albanianism: How Big a Threat to Balkan Stability (Central and Eastern European) by Miranda Vickers, 2004, ISBN 1-904423-68-X

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