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The unresolved question : the Anglo-Irish settlement and its undoing, 1912-72

Author: Nicholas Mansergh
Publisher: New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Mixed form : EnglishView all editions and formats

The author discusses the interplay of concepts, interests and personalities that shaped the Anglo-Irish settlement of 1920-25 which partitioned Ireland. He examines the purposes it was intended to  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Mansergh
ISBN: 0300050690 9780300050691
OCLC Number: 489580509
Description: X-386 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Part 1 The historical background: College Green, Dublin Castle and Westminister - the institutional factor; home rule - one step or two? The Liberal-Nationalist dichotomy 1905-1911. Part 2 The shaping of the settlement: the Unionist dimension 1912-1914 - one nation or two?; the war years 1914-19 - parliamentary epilogue, revolutionary prologue. Part 3 The settlement - the first phase: the Government of Ireland Act 1920 - devolution and division. Part 4 The settlement - the second phase: towards a dominion settlement; negotiating - issues and outcomes; the treaty - purposes and provisions; the aftermath to the treaty; elements of dynamite - the rounding-off of the settlement 1922-25. Part 5 The testing of the settlement: the settlement in being - Northern Ireland; the settlement in being - an Irish dominion 1922-32. Part 6 The undoing of the settlement: the dismantling of the dominion settlement 1932-38; external association 1937-49; the ending of external association; Stromont undermined 1949-73; some reflections.
Responsibility: Nicholas Mansergh.


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