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The article draws on the argument presented by Carolyn Marvin and David Ingle (1996), and specifically on the thesis that nationalism can be also approached as a religious phenomenon- with its distinctive mythology, dogmas, "saints," and ritual behavior; they term such ideological-ritual complex "national civil religion." Using this heuristic tool, I analyze the quasi-religious content of German national ideology dominant in the Kaiserreich (1871-1918) by discussing three layers of imagery thatdoi:10.18290/rt.2019.66.9-7 fatcat:2mc37u4cznfllgqxqz5hkhylzu