Ireland: A Short History

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Oneworld, 2000 - History - 242 pages
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This new book offers a straightforward yet sophisticated guide to a complex land, covering all the key topics and placing particular emphasis on the events of the last two hundred years. Insight is also offered into the interpretation of history in Ireland, and the varying ways in which events have been perceived by Nationalists and Unionists.

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Reads like a textbook, but very interesting. Succinct but covers a lot of ground. Pretty good! Read full review

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User Review  - Roberta McDonnell - Goodreads

A useful reference and a very readable text, which would suit students as well as the general interest reader who likes to hear a well-balanced argument. One of the most useful things I found in this ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
TWO 0CONNELL RELIGION AND POLITICS 180048
39
THREE THE FAMINE 184552
59
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Joseph Coohill is currently an associate lecturer at the Open University.

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