Dividing Ireland: World War One and Partition by Thomas HennesseyDividing Ireland: World War One and Partition by Thomas Hennessey

Dividing Ireland: World War One and Partition

byThomas HennesseyEditorThomas Hennessey

Paperback | November 24, 1998

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This book provides an original assessment of the First World War in Ireland and its consequences, the key to understanding the complexities of the Irish nation today. Thomas Hennessey explores how the War transformed the nature of the Irish and Ulster questions from devolved self-government within the UK to a free Irish republic outside the British Empire, considering such influential figures as de Valera and Michael Collins, and issues such as conscription. He examines both this process of re-evaluation, and the vital question of the consequences for Northern Ireland today.
Thomas Hennessey is a lecturer in history at the University of Canterbury. In books such as A History of Northern Ireland, 1920-1996 and Dividing Ireland: World War One and Partition, he examines the decades-old rift in Ireland in a scholarly manner.
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Title:Dividing Ireland: World War One and PartitionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 2 inPublished:November 24, 1998Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415198801

ISBN - 13:9780415198806

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Activists, directors, critics, scholars, journalists and performers provide description of and insight into politically-charged street performance around the globe. Abbie Hoffman, Alisa Solomon, Vladimir Tolstoy, Adrian Piper and others document and analyOver the course of the First World War, Irish nationalists switched their focus from independence within the United Kingdom to independence from the United Kingdom. Thomas Hennessey explores the psychological roots of the Ulster Unionists’ change of heart and focus. Dividing Ireland also examines the accompanying irreversible change in the nature of the Irish problem.