Ireland Ulster 378-1

Ireland Ulster 378-1 - The Ulster Crisis 1913-14 Lt-Col...

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The Ulster Crisis 1913-14
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Lt-Col Boden Comments?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Wind That Shook the Barley
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Who was killed?
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civilians > police > soldiers
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What did the film have to say about these people?
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Brother against brother?
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The socialist dimension
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Building a rival state
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The Wind That Shook the Barley Nationalist interpretation Socialist Deaths Civilians > police > army Ulster and Protestants? The courts Family ties etc. Rural Urban, industrial
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The Ulster Crisis 1913-14
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Home Rule Rejected by Ulster Home Rule legislation about to be enacted Bill passed 1912; will come into force in 1914 Ulster Protestants opposed Claim they will resist Solemn League and Covenant September 1912 Ulster Volunteer Force ( January1913) Begin to drill and arm
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Click to edit Master subtitle style What should the British government do?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style What is the nature of the conflict in Ireland?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style War starts as Catholic-Protestant conflict In context of struggle for national independence
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Ireland Catholics in the South Protestants in Ulster Yes, but…
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Ireland Ulster 378-1 - The Ulster Crisis 1913-14 Lt-Col...

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