The Treaty Negotiations True or FalseThe Treaty Negotiations True or False
The first phase of the War of Independence involved the ambush of Kilmichael and the burning of Cork City
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Section 2: Ireland Topic 3: The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949Section 2: Ireland Topic 3: The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949
Question: To what extent was the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921, responsible for the Irish Civil War?
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Year history notes irish historyYear history notes irish history
In 1800 Ireland became part of the United Kingdom of Britain and Ireland through the Act of Union. When Ireland was in the U. K. it had no Parliament of its own. The 105 Irish M. P. s went to London to take part in Westminster
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To what extent was the Anglo-Irish Treaty responsible for the Irish Civil War?To what extent was the Anglo-Irish Treaty responsible for the Irish Civil War?
The civil war began as a result of divisions over the Anglo-Irish Treaty. However, other factors also played a role in these divisions
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Irish Women and the WarIrish Women and the War
In Guinness, women replaced the men who had volunteered to join the army. A hard task faced by Irish women during the war was rearing their children while their husbands were away at the Front
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The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949The pursuit of sovereignty and the impact of partition, 1912-1949
Question: To what extent was the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921, responsible for the Irish Civil War?
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