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Ireland Origins 378 no graphics-1 - Irish independence...

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Irish independence
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Lieutenant Colonel Boden Wed April 14 Prepare a question Arrive on time
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Phases of the conflict Easter uprising 1916 Insurgency and counterinsurgency 1919-21 Truce July 1921 Anglo-Irish Treaty December 1921 Partition and independence January 1922 Civil war 1922-23
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Thumbnail 1912 Home Rule Bill introduced in Parliament Resistance by Ulster Protestants Arming of both sides Curragh incident 1914 World War I begins 1916 Easter Rising 1918 World War I ends 1919 beginning of armed struggle 1922 Britain concedes independence 1922-23 civil war
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1910 Ireland firmly integrated into Great Britain Act of Union 1800 Irish MPs in Parliament Taxation and representation Most backward part of Britain History of social conflict Land Urbanization, industrialization, labor movement Catholic majority History of exclusion Protestant domination Rise of cultural nationalism History of rebellion Movement for Home Rule
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Click to edit Master subtitle style What kind of war? What was it about?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style No battles No decisive military victory
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Click to edit Master subtitle style What kind of a war? Assassinations, ambushes, reprisals
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Terminology: what do we call it? When did it occur? Was it a revolution?
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What kind of a war? Is it a war for independence? Decolonization Is it a regional rebellion? Is it a civil war? In Britain In Ireland Nationalist Sectarian
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Click to edit Master subtitle style One conflict or several?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Separatist struggle for national independence By some Civil war dimension
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Click to edit Master subtitle style The nationalist account Ireland oppressed and exploited by England Nationalist struggle sooner or later triumphs
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Why Ireland? Ireland oppressed and exploited by England But so was Scotland Why 1922? Nationalist struggle sooner or later triumphs But why not sooner or later ? Why partition?
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