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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 34 n 135 - 2005|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2005|
Enda LEANEY, Auteur |
For social reformers in nineteenth-century Ireland, science had an important role to play in national development. Non-denominational or secular education was targeted by the government as a possib...
Jennifer O'BRIEN, Auteur |
In 1859-60 the Risorgimento culminated in the unification of Italy under King Victor emmanuel II of Piedmont-Sardinia. Irish public opinion watched the process of unification with intense interest,...
Martyn J. POWELL, Auteur |
The name 'Peep of Day Boys', or the less common variant 'Break of Day Men', has become most closely linked with the Armagh disturbances beginning in the 1780s. In particular, the Peep of Day Boys a...
Raymond RYAN, Auteur |
The retention by the Fianna Fail government of the land annuities in 1932 and the consequent trade dispute with Great Britain, the 'economic war', is a subject extensively covered in the existing h...
Brendan LYNN, Auteur |
At the end of the 1960s the outbreak of widespread civil unrest in Northern Ireland forced the authorities in London and Dublin into confronting an issue which had seemingly been settled some time ...