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  • n. One who favours Pan-Slavism.

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Examples

  • Pravdin was a well-known Panslavist abroad, and Countess Lidia

    Anna Karenina

  • Pravdin was a well-known Panslavist abroad, and Countess Lidia Ivanovna described the purport of his letter.

    Chapter XXXII. Part I

  • Rome (1640), became famous on account of his theories of the cause of the schism between East and West, which he attributed to politics and the antagonism between Greeks and Latins, due to Panslavist ideas and political doctrines.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Russia and had there imbibed the Panslavist idea: the ultimate union of all Slavs under the autocracy of the czar.

    The Story of the Great War, Volume I (of 8) Introductions; Special Articles; Causes of War; Diplomatic and State Papers

  • Bismarck, who did not like the Czar, stated that he did not want war, but waged it "under stress of Panslavist influence [119]."

    The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)

  • The Panslavist element consequently occupied a secondary place in Slavophil doctrine.

    Russia

  • Any description of the various methods adopted by her at different times for the attainment of this end does not enter into my present programme, but I may say briefly that the action of the three factors above mentioned -- the religious feeling, the Panslavist sentiment, and the political aims -- has never been better exemplified than in the last struggle with Turkey, culminating in the Treaty of San

    Russia

  • Essentially different from this religious sentiment, but often blended with it, is a vague feeling of racial affinity, which has long existed among the various Slav nationalities, and which was greatly developed during last century by writers of the Panslavist school.

    Russia

  • In this direction the expansive force was not affected by religious feeling, or Panslavist sentiment, and was controlled and guided by purely political considerations.

    Russia

  • From what you said about sentiment, I fancy you are a Panslavist. "

    Daniel Deronda

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