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Subject Religion » Christianity

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631232032.2001.x


Although dominated by Orthodox Christians, the Panslavist movement advocated union of all Slavic peoples regardless of religious allegiance. This ideal was sometimes formulated in a way that seemed to imply Slavic leadership and/or protection of all East Christian communities, but in practice Panslavism promoted solidarity among Slav nations against non-Slav neighbours. The movement was fuelled by conflict between the south and west Slavs and Austria-Hungary, and by the struggle between Bulgarians and Greeks in the ottoman empire. See also third rome . ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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