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Compare Caravaggio's Taking of Christ (c.1598) in the National Gallery of Ireland and the miniature representing the Arrest of Christ in the Book of Kells (folio 114 recta)
The arrest of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane
Ireland and World War Two Why did Ireland stay neutral? - Irish people divided between pro-British and anti-British. Neutrality the least divisive policy. - Neutrality in a war which Britain was involved was a clear statement of independence. - Self
How does the Famine represent a watershed in modern Irish history?
“The Famine was cause by crop failure but exacerbated by the governments response”:
What caused the Famine?
Why did crop problems lead to humanitarian disaster?
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EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR ON THE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF NORTHERN IRELAND
Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom, was directly involved in World War Two. Even before the outbreak of the
Ireland and the Crimean War Was the Crimean War significant in Irish society? Lead up to the Crimean War - Dispute over the control of the Church of the Nativity was one of the immediate causes of the Crimean War of 1854- 6. - Summer of 1850 orthodox
Development of the Educational System after the end of the War of Independence 1920 onwards Change in the educational system was expected Patrick Pearse had made a devastating criticism of the Irish education system, calling it a "murder machine". 19
How significant was Irish involvement in the Crimean War of 1854-6? What does the level of reaction to the war in Ireland tell us of Irish public attitudes at that time? The "utterly futile adventure in the Crimea1" has become to be illustrated by Fl
Eamon De Valera Assess government in the pre-war years- politically, socially and economically. The Challenge to Britain: Abolishing the oath - De Valera took over the Department of External affairs as well as the Presidencybegan an attack on the Tre