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The Irish War of Independence and Civil War (ePub)

Politics P&S History Social History Ireland

By John Gibney
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Series: Irish Perspectives
File Size: 66.0 MB (.epub)
Pages: 168
Illustrations: 50 black and white
ISBN: 9781526757999
eBook Released: 17th June 2020


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In the aftermath of the First World War, a political revolution took place in what was then the United Kingdom. Such upheavals were common in postwar Europe, as new states came into being and new borders were forged. What made the revolution in the UK distinctive is that it took place within one of the victor powers, rather than any of their defeated enemies.

In the years after the Easter Rising of 1916 in Ireland, a new independence movement had emerged, and in 1918-19 the political party Sinn Féin and its paramilitary partner, the Irish Republican Army, began a political struggle and an armed uprising against British rule.

By 1922 the United Kingdom has lost a very substantial portion of its territory, as the Irish Free State came into being amidst a brutal Civil War. At the same time Ireland was partitioned and a new, unionist government was established in what was now Northern Ireland. These were outcomes that nobody could have predicted before 1914. In The Irish War of Independence and Civil War, experts on the subject explore the experience and consequences of the latter phases of the Irish revolution from a wide range of perspectives.

The attention of members and supporters of the Bray Cualann Historical Society is drawn to a new book ‘The Irish War of Independence’, edited by John Gibney,

Wicklow People September 2021

This was a well researched and well thought out book. I learned a lot here as more than just the war of independence and civil war were dealt with. I can see myself referring back to this book regularly in the future such is the scope of Gibney’s research into this era. It wasn’t too taxing either, the language was well chosen and the subject matter well delivered.

NetGalley, Clara Carter

This book and the rest of the series is so well written and the authors chosen well that credit must go to John Gibney for the editing. I would recommend this book to others especially those at university level I would imagine that they would be a good help for studies in Irish history.

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UK Historian

I Enjoyed everything about this book there was nothing I didn't like about the book. I would gladly reread it again. I Would recommend this book to anyone.

NetGalley, Nicole Bannister

About John Gibney

John Gibney is a historian attached to the Royal Irish Academy's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Project. He is a long-time contributor to History Ireland and is the author of A short history of Ireland, 1500-2000 (Yale University Press, 2018).

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