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During the course of the late eighteenth century and the early nineteenth century, the term national sentiment was coined and established in several European languages. Translations vary and carry slightly different connotations, but there are clear similarities in how national sentiment in English, Nationalgefühl in German, sentiment national in French, nationalkänsla in Swedish, and kansallistunne in Finnish were used and developed.
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