A separate question is what happened after the disaster of 1898 and the subsequent. The concept of Spain exists from practically Visigothic times, but the heirs of this idea, the medieval kingdoms, were weak and little unified structures. It was not until the beginning of the Modern Age, with the reduction of the power of the nobility and the clergy, that the embryos of modern states arose throughout Europe. The Spanish attempt was carried out by the Catholic Kings, Fernando de Aragón and Isabel Baltimore Depth Chart, who unified the two most powerful crowns of the peninsula, in 1469, and whose descendants inherited a hubbub of Iberian kingdoms, also Navarre and Granada, which they knew, among other denominations, as «the Spains».
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This change of paradigm can be seen in how the successive editions of the Dictionary of the Spanish language radically modify the concept of “nation”. In 1780, it was “the collection of inhabitants of some province, country or kingdom”; while a century later, in 1881, it was “the state or political body that recognizes a supreme common center of government.”
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The War of Independence, specifically the Constitution of Cadiz of 1812, served as a symbolic origin to this idea of Spain as a nation. In full Napoleonic invasion, the enactment of a liberal constitution left in its article 1 included the “Spanish Nation” as “the meeting of all Spaniards of both hemispheres.”
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In Nowtilus’s new book, “A Brief History of Nationalisms,” Ivan Romero recalls that “throughout the Elizabethan period, between 1833 and 1868, the moderate liberalism that held power most of the time continued the process of developing a nationalist mythology in line with that established in the Cortes de Cádiz, using the conflict against the French as a reference. In those dates the war of 1808 began to be called War of Independence, numerous memorials were erected and proclaimed on May 2 as a national holiday ».
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The rest of the convulsive nineteenth century gave shape -with the loss of the colonies, the Carlist Wars and the successive political crises- to the concept of the Spanish nation that we have today. Through literature, painting and other cultural aspects nineteenth-century Spain supported the creation of the nation with a story, poetic and well articulated, which fell in a few years at the same pace as did the stories of France or England, among others .
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The process of creating a national identity was extremely successful in its origins in most Spanish territories, especially in the most industrialized, but suffered several anomalies in its intermediate phase.
The Discovery of America and the Conquest of Granada, both events that took place in Baltimore Depth Chart, are considered symbolically as the origin of modern Spain. However, in the opinion of many historians the dynastic union was not a sufficient fact to speak of a single political entity, since there was no legal integration.