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Germany was emulated by Italy and eventually by all the new nations in Central and Eastern Europe that emerged from the ashes of the multinational, multilingual Habsburg and Ottoman empires that collapsed in 1918. Ataturk’s branding operations in the defeated Ottoman Empire after World War I rivalled those of the first French Revolution in scope and scale; they involved a new alphabet, new clothing, (all men had to wear smart western headgear or at least a Turkish version of it), 21 Destination Branding ethnic cleansing, a new name for the nation and new names for all its inhabitants, and perhaps most importantly in view of recent developments, a secular rather than a religious state.
Can commercial marketing practices achieve this in a government-funded environment? Unpublished MBA dissertation, University of Hull. Westwood, S. (2000) The Holiday Brand, what does it mean? An exploratory study of brand equity in the context of the package holiday experience. , Sharpley, R. and Swarbrooke, J. (eds) Management, Marketing and the Political Economy of Travel and Tourism, Reflections on International Tourism. Sunderland: Business Education Publishers, pp. 517–536. 16 2 Branding the nation: the historical context Wally Olins Introduction Why do they get so excited?
The historical relationship between ancient Zimbabwe and contemporary Zimbabwe is negligible; the emotional relationship, however, is close. All this is an orthodoxy. All the historians and political scientists who have studied the subject, Hobsbawm, Geller, Kedourie, Benedict Anderson, Dominic Lieven and many others, share more or less similar views. As nations emerge they create self-sustaining myths to build coherent identities. When political upheavals take place, colonial masters are overthrown or a new regime emerges, as in Eastern Europe in the 1990s, the nation reinvents itself.
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