Irish struggle, 1916-1926.

by Desmond Williams

Publisher: Routledge & K. Paul in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 193 Downloads: 590
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  • Ireland -- History -- 20th century
LC ClassificationsDA960 W48
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Number of Pages193
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Irish struggle, Toronto, University of Toronto Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Desmond Williams. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williams, Desmond.

Irish struggle, London, Routledge & K. Paul [] (OCoLC)   [a] magisterial and essential book' Irish Times About the author: Charles Townshend is the author of the highly praised Easter The Irish Rebellion.

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THE IRISH STRUGGLE, Edited by Desmond Williams. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. vii + 30s. A SOURCE BOOK OF IRISH GOVERNMENT. Edited by Basil Chubb. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. ix + 45s. THESE three books, in different ways, make useful contributions to the under-standing of modern Ireland.

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A proper history of hasn't really being written, but a lot of great monographs have. Here is a bibliography from the top of my head: General surveys: Michael Hopkinson, 'The Irish War of Independence', 'Green against Green' (Book on the Civil War).

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Oscar’s Books: Chatto & Windus, London, First Edition {See also: The Parents of Oscar Wilde by Terence de Vere White above} Williams, Desmond. The Irish Struggle Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, First. In line with the view generally held by most historians over the past decades, Peter Hart’s The IRA at War, () tends to play down significantly the importance of the social disputes in the Irish Revolution.

Hart justifies his approach by the fact that those disputes did not pave the way for radical social change in the new Irish Free State. One of the first textual analyses, Lynch, Patrick, ‘The social revolution that never was’ in Desmond Williams (ed.), The Irish struggle, – (London, ), pp 41–54 Google Scholar, plays down the difference between the drafts, whereas one of the most recent, Ó Cathasaigh, ‘Getting with the programme’, p.

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Introduction These three epigraphs illustrate the widely accepted view of the rebellion that took place in Ireland on Apand the perceived intelligence failure that preceded it.

Furthermore, historians have passed judgements on two vital contextual aspects of this event. Williams, T.D., (ed.), () The Irish Struggle, Britain and the Easter Rising *Fanning, Ronan. Fatal Path: British Government and Irish Revolution, Remembering the Rising A critical view of the Rising and of its impact on Irish history can be found in Francis Shaw, The Canon of Irish History: a Challenge().

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