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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol 36 n 143 - 2009|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2009|
Demetri D. DEBE, Auteur |
Ulick Burke, fifth earl of Clanricarde, presents a compelling character. His connections crossed the sectarian boundaries as well as the national borders of the Stuart Kingdoms. He was the half bro...
Douglas KANTER, Auteur |
The establishment of Irish independence in 1782-3, once regarded as a watershed in Irish constitutional history, has more recently and quite properly been reduced to an achievement of modest of mod...
Richard MCMINN, Auteur ; Joanne BEGGS, Auteur ; Eamon PHOENIX, Auteur |
The 1886 general election found Parnell at the helm of a well-disciplined nationalist party. In its struggle for home rule, the Irish Parliamentary Party (I.P.P.) had been helped along the way by t...
Cian MCMAHON, Auteur |
This article begins with a brief narrative of the Abyssian crisis , followed by an examination of the ways in which the crisis aroused domestic interest. The main body of this study shows that Iris...
Korcaighe P. HALE, Auteur |
The Allies developed Operation Safehaven towards the end of the Second World War in order to prevent a Nazi resurgence after the war. The overall goal of the programme was to create a census of Ger...