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Hans Kohn (September 15, 1891 — March 16, 1971), Czech scientist

He ultimately left Palestine, though he never denied the significance of the Zionist period of his life, and remained loyal to his Jewish identity for the rest of his life.

But they were incapable of replacing it with a new one based on peace with the West or harmony at home.


Hans Kohn, Czech historian of nationalism.

Changes in Literature and the Colonial Expansion In the 16th century, England began to emancipate itself from Europe.

One cannot speak of Pan-Slavism as a united cultural and political movement.

This was followed by The Age of Nationalism 1962 and Prelude to Nation States 1967.

Hans Kohn, American Nationalism: An Interpretative Essay New York: Macmillan, 1957 , 8.

He served as its chair from 1912 to 1913.

He was an active member of Bar Kochba, a Zionist student group.

Description: Toward Nationalism's End: An Intellectual Biography of Hans Kohn Adi Gordon Analyzes the intellectual evolution of Hans Kohn, pioneer of nationalism studies, revealing hans kohn centrality of the idea of the nation to the ideological struggles of the twentieth century This intellectual biography of Hans Kohn 1891—1971 looks at theories of nationalism in the twentieth century as articulated through the life and work of its leading scholar and activist.

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Throughout his life, Kohn was not simply a theorist but also a participant in multiple and often conflicting movements: Zionism and anti-Zionism, pacifism, liberalism, and military interventionism.

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    KOHN, HANS (1891–1971), U.S. historian and political scientist. Born in Prague, Kohn was an active member of *Bar Kochba, the Zionist student group led by Hugo (Shemu'el) *Bergmann. He joined the Austrian army at the outbreak of World War i and was taken prisoner by the Russians in 1915.
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    Professor of History, City College, City University of New York, 1949–62. Author of Political Ideologies of the Twentieth Century. Primary Contributions (1) nationalism nationalism, ideology based on the premise that the individual’s loyalty and devotion to the nation-state surpass other individual or group interests.
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    Kohn served as an officer in the Great War, was captured by the Russians and held in Siberia until, witnessing the Russian Revolution and the ensuing civil war. He penned his first analysis of nationalism in Siberian captivity.
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    Hans Kohn (1891-1971), the Prague-born founding father of Nationalism Studies, insisted as of the interwar years, that nationalism is not innate. Kohn, who moved to the United States in the 1930s, was a politically engaged scholar, whose theory of nationalism made a significant impact in shaping western debates during the Cold War.
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    Hans Kohn. Contributor. LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA, BIOGRAPHY. Professor of History, City College, City University of New York, 1949–62. Author of Political Ideologies of the Twentieth Century.
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