from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A movement advocating the political and cultural union of Slavic nations and peoples.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A movement aimed at uniting all the Slavic peoples.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A scheme or desire to unite all the Slavic races into one confederacy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The plan of or a desire for a unity of civilization and literature among Slavic peoples.
- n. A scheme or movement for effecting the union of all Slavic peoples in a confederation under the hegemony of Russia (or, as some propose, under the hegemony of a resuscitated Poland).
I've long studied Pan-Turkism, which arose in the 19th century at the same time as Russian-led Pan-Slavism.
The Jews, he told Antonescu, had a ‘certain destructive tendency, which found expression in the fight of Bolshevism and Pan-Slavism’.13
There's more than just 19th-century Pan-Slavism or 21st-century Russian pride at stake here.
But I don't count religion or Pan-Slavism as reasons, because both Russia and Yugoslavia are multiethnic nations.
By awakening the latent "Pan-Slavism" of Eastern Europe, "this Slav pope," as he called himself, boldly challenged the legitimacy of communist governments.
Slovenski Jug, an association devoted to Pan-Slavism, was formed in Belgrade.
That means that Great Britain has torn down the dike which has protected West Europe and its culture from the desert sands of the Asiatic barbarism of Russia and of Pan-Slavism.
It was not a question of little Servia but of Austria's battle for life and the struggle of Western culture against Pan-Slavism.
All Muscovy can not be judged by those few who live in the saddle -- the Cossack population, men and women, numbers only about two million -- nor by the pitiable pageant of despotism the observer beholds in their land: pogroms, poverty, disease, distress, militarism, orthodoxy and Pan-Slavism.
Pan-Slavism of the military sort, with musketry, bribery and all other diabolic black arts, miscalled government, rests on such a slim foundation that it need be but little apprehended.