Nationalism and Independence: Selected Irish Papers

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Cork University Press, 1997 - History - 264 pages
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A significant collection of essays by the late Nicholas Mansergh, one of the leading historians of twentieth century Ireland, edited by his wife, Diana

 

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Contents

The Past
12
John Redmond
23
Concepts and Aims
32
Ireland and the British Commonwealth
93
Foreword to Thomas Joness Whitehall Diary
102
External Relations 19261939
109
Some Diary Entries 19341939
118
The Implications of Eires Relationship with
148
The Republic Outside
169
Notes on Conversations
185
From British Commonwealth Towards
195
Eoin MacNeill A Reappraisal
212
Life and Irish Times
220
Some Reflections upon the Local Dimension
229
Letters that we ought to burn 1965
241
Nicholas Mansergh the Historian
250

Ending partition the aim of all parties 1948 the end of
154

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