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In the UK, united synagogues recite a prayer for the royal family including a blessing for "all her advisors and councillers" that they may grant us peace, etc. Many synagogues also display British flags on significant dates or make additional prayers for significant national occasions.

Are there other examples of nationalistic pride or patriotism, both from the past and in the modern era?

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Why use the term "host nation"? –  Charles Koppelman Jun 28 '13 at 17:46

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