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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol 36 n 142 - 2008|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2008|
The relationship of Irish unionists to the Empire presents opposing views. Hugh Shearman claimed that Irish unionists were "progressive imperialists". Alvin Jackson disagreed, writing that they wer...
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, when Ireland and Britain are "offshore islands" of an ostensibly ever-deepening European Union, it is, perhaps, relatively easy to overlook that imperi...
Despite the unprecedented interest shown by historians in Ireland and empire in recent years, comparatively little research has focused on Northern Ireland's connections to the British Empire-Commo...
The complete sentence by J.A. Gallagher from which the title is derived reads as follows: "But for us the road to Asia lies through the swing doors of the Grafton Hotel in Dublin, one of the cover ...
The title of this article is consciously provocative, and thus cries out for immediate explanation and perhaps, in sole sense, for the provocation to be disarmed. Why, then, is "Was Ireland a colon...
Eamonn SLATER, Auteur ; Terrence MC DONOUGH, Auteur |
Discussion of the relationship between Ireland and colonialism has often revolved around similarities and differences between the Irish situation and other, more iconic, examples of colonised socie...
In the history of the modern world, it is well known that the British Isles have exercised an influence entirely disproportionate to their size. In the history of modern police, Ireland's contribut...