Why was Europe on the brink of change at the turn of the 20th Century?

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The Ottoman Empire was the first to feel the effects of nationalism when in 1828 Greece gained independence from the Ottoman Empire. Metternich, the Austrian Ambassador commented on what he thought would happen after Greece became independent, "The day the Sultan's throne collapses, the empire itself will break up into several parts...
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Such people began to view themselves as members a national group or nation. By 1848 nationalist feelings had erupted throughout Europe and people began to demand their political freedom. Nationalism led to the creation of two new powers - Italy and Germany - through the uniting of many small states. On the other hand, nationalism weakened the eastern European empires of Austria-Hungary, Russia, and Ottoman Turkey...
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