Understand Irish History: A Teach Yourself Guide

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Date

October 14, 2010

Format

Paperback, 320 pages

ISBN

0071747664 / 9780071747660

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15.00



Overview


Table of contents

Chapter 1 Ireland before 1500: a land of saints and scholars / Chapter 2 Reformation and rebellion / Chapter 3 From restoration to revolution / Chapter 4 Nationalism and Unionism / Chapter 5 Culture, society and politics / Chapter 6 Making the break / Chapter 7 The freedom to achieve freedom? / Chapter 8 A Protestant parliament and a Protestant state / Chapter 9 Breaking the links: the Irish Free State, 1922-39 / Chapter 10 Ireland and the Second World War / Chapter 11 Ireland in the post-war years / Chapter 12 Transforming the face of Ulster? The 1960s / Chapter 13 Countdown to chaos: ‘the Troubles’ begin / Chapter 14 The search for a solution: 1974-85 / Chapter 15 The beginning of the end: 1985-97 / Chapter 16 The Good Friday Agreement and its aftermath / Chapter 17 The Republic of Ireland since the 1960s / Abbreviations / Glossary / Taking it further / Index


Author comments

Author Profile
Finbar Madden is an experienced teacher and CCEA examiner and is currently Head of Government and Politics at St Columb's College, Derry. He lives in County Derry, Ireland.





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