Examples from the Web for panslavism
Is Russia, already so immense, to place herself at the head of Panslavism and extend her borders to the Dardanelles?
The idea of Panslavism was here first worked out systematically.Historical View of the Languages and Literature of the Slavic Nations|Therese Albertine Louise von Jacob Robinson
The idea and conception of Panslavism are the produce of the latent political events on the Continent, viz.
All this is somewhat like a political propaganda of Panslavism.Letters to an Unknown|Prosper Mrime
The great mass of the Russian people has nothing to do with Panslavism; it does not even know what it is.
British Dictionary definitions for panslavism
Word Origin and History for panslavism
1846, from German Pansclavismus, coined as a linguistic term by Herkel in 1826.