#32 – just to make sure that I understand: you mean that for Germans the word 'nationalist' has a more negative connotation than for British people? If so, not quite. It depends entirely on the context. You wouldn't call yourself a 'nationalist' in Britain without expecting people to think (or, indeed, without meaning) that you're extremely right-wing. However, it's true that in certain other contexts it's considered, well, not exactly a positive term, but reasonably neutral – i.e. simply meaning someone who supports their country's cause when attacked/threatened/oppressed by another. But it always depends on the context, and on who's using the word. Or, indeed, who's being described. For example, if someone said this:
"The Brexit Party and the ERG & their Conservative enablers are nationalists. The other parties are merely acting in the UK's national interest. 'The other parties' includes the SNP until Brexit is revoked/resolved; but once that's all over and they call for another independence referendum, the SNP will be (Scottish) nationalists again. The DUP is just nationalist"
– it would say at least as much about the speaker as it does about these parties.