By D. George Boyce,Alan O'Day

This wide-ranging assortment brings jointly a number of views on a key interval in Irish background, from the Fenian emerging in 1867 to the construction of the Irish loose kingdom and northerly eire in 1921, with a spotlight at the formation of Irish identification. The chapters, written by way of crew of specialists, specialize in key participants or ideological teams and examine how they perceived Ireland's destiny, what their feel of Irish identification was once, and who they observed because the enemy. offering a brand new attitude on eire throughout the interval from 1867 to 1921, this publication may be very important examining for all people with an curiosity in Irish history.

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