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The green flag; the turbulent history of the Irish National Movement.

Author: Robert Kee
Publisher: New York, Delacorte Press [1972]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kee, Robert.
Green flag.
New York, Delacorte Press [1972]
(OCoLC)643938899
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Kee
OCLC Number: 262367
Description: 877 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Who were Irishmen? --
Treaty night --
Contradictions of Irish nationality --
Strongbow (1170) to the Ulster plantation (1609) --
Great rebellion (1641) to penal laws (1703) --
Majority living (1703-1880) --
Minority politics, 18th century --
The first Irish republicans --
Ireland and the French revolution --
Wolfe Tone and Samuel Neilson --
United Irishmen and defenders --
French contacts --
Defenders and Orangemen --
Bantry bay --
United Irishmen in trouble --
New French preparations --
Repression, 1798 --
Rebellion in Wexford --
Collapse of united Irishmen --
The French landing --
The union --
The making of the union --
Robert Emmet's fall and rise --
The failure of the union --
Daniel O'Connell and Catholic emancipation --
The repeal debate --
O'Connell and Davis --
'Monster meetings' --
Biding time after Clontarf --
O'Connell's imprisonment and after --
More 'monster meetings' --
Repeal, famine and young Ireland --
The Irish confederation --
Smith O'Brien's 'rising' 1848 --
The corpse on the dissecting table --
Beginnings of the Fenian movement --
James Stephens at work --
Stephens in and out of trouble --
1867: bold Fenian men --
The Manchester martyrs --
The tragedy of home rule --
Beginnings of home rule --
Parnell and the land crisis --
Parnell and home rule --
The orange card --
Parnell's fall --
Second home rule bill: Orangemen at play --
Nationalists at ease --
Growth of national consciousness --
Arthur Griffith and Sinn Fein --
Asquith and the third home rule bill --
Ulster volunteers --
The liberal nerve begins to fail --
Volunteers and home rule --
Volunteers and the European war --
The 'Sinn Fein' volunteers --
Casement in Germany --
The Dublin rising, 1916 --
Executions and negotiations --
Ourselves alone --
Rebellion to De Valera's election at Clare (July 1917) --
The new Sinn Fein (July 1917- April 1918) --
Conscription crisis to general election (December 1918) --
Sinn Fein in a vacuum (January- May 1919) --
Michael Collins and others (April- December 1919) --
The campaign of killing (1919-20) --
Enter black and tans (1920) --
Murder by the throat (1920) --
War and truce (1921) --
Treat (1921) --
Nemesis (1922-3).

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