Pan-Slavism Panslawizm Панславизм Panslavizma ПанСлависм Panslavisme





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Published on Aug 20, 2011

Pan-Slavism is not a form of domination of one over the other .
Pan-Slavism is the result of what we are.
Pan-Slavism was a movement that advocates the unification of all Slavic tribes, and the preservation of their common identity, in the same country or confederation or federation, which would have to name SLAVIA.

For centuries the Slavs together, and it and the 15th century, after an analysis of the Slavic peoples, a Croat named ?Vinko Pribojević published ?a book entitled "Podrijetlo i Slavena slava " (The Origin and glory Slavs)
and thus become known as the founder of the pan-Slavic ideology.

Subsequently the 16 centuries, for the first time that such ideology was formulated as a program that was developed by the Croats and Juraj Krizanic Orbini Mavro.

Since then, every generation has seen the birth of the followers of Pan-Slavism, following the path of our ancetres.Pour not cited a single, Samo Tomášik who is the creator of "Slaven hej" (Hey Slavs) to write a hymn Slavs, and which has since been adopted by the pan-Slav as the anthem of the Slavs.

Over time, the pan-Slavic sentiment growing among the Slavs they are resident or Slavic diaspora, made such an extent that in 1848 in Prague instead of the first Pan-Slav Congress, is followed by several more Slavs congress in different countries ,which in Kiev in 2010 and held the 10 Pan-Slav Congress.

All this has the effect of creating them for 19 centuries the organization Sokol, who was a youth sports and gymnastics based in the Czech Republic. The movement was equally distributed in all regions populated by the Slavic culture and designed a uniform which was a mixture of Slavic influences and revolutionary Russian brown pants, a jacket Polish revolutionary, a Montenegrin cap and a red shirt Garibaldi.
Pan-Slavism also served 20 centuries, the creation of two countries to be Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia are the sum of eight Slavic tribes united.

Today Panslavism knows a growing trend among young people in some Slavic countries. Multiple factors, such as the entry of the Slavic countries
in the European Union has contributed to the fact that many young people are Slavs and feel a sense of belonging and identity in "being a slavic."


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