Question: What was the end result of 19th-century nationalism?
Answer: Nationalism became a belief system with a narrow creed, i.e., not discriminating on the basis of creed or race. As a result of nationalism, nationalist groups became uncontrollable and were always ready to wage war. Later, the European powers took advantage of the situation and manipulated the nationalists in Europe to achieve their own imperialist aims. This was the end result of 19th-century nationalism.