Controversial Issues in Anglo-Irish Relations, 1910-1921
This work examines issues on which scholarly opinion is not settled. For example, was there a real danger of civil war in Ireland in 1914? Did Redmond and Carson reach a serious agreement in 1916? Was the new Craig government on a position to wreck the negotiations of 1921? A further volume will concern the Boundary Commission, the MacDonald mission to Dublin in 1940, and the declaration of the Republic in 1949.
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