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A History of Northern Ireland, 1920-96

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Red Globe Press

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12 November 1997

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This is the first comprehensive history of Northern Ireland for over 15 years. Founded upon the partition of Ireland in 1920, Northern Ireland experienced 50 years of nervous peace under the rule of a devolved government in...

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This is the first comprehensive history of Northern Ireland for over 15 years. Founded upon the partition of Ireland in 1920, Northern Ireland experienced 50 years of nervous peace under the rule of a devolved government in Belfast. This government was representative only of the Protestant unionist community and discriminated freely against the minority nationalists. The Protestant fortress held firm until the emergence of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights movement in the late 1960s, following which the province subsided into the civil unrest widely known as 'The Troubles'. For nearly 30 years, Northern Ireland has been a headline item in the world's newspapers and on its television screens.

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First comprehensive history of Northern Ireland in over years
Comprehensive and uptodate

Introduction
The Birth of Northern Ireland, 1912-1928
Cold War, 1928-1962
Civil Rights and Civil Strife, 1963-1969
The Collapse of the 1920 Settlement, 1969-1976
The Long War, 1976-1996
Bibliography
Index.

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THOMAS HENNESSY is a former Fellow of the Institute of Irish Studies at Queen's University Belfast and at present teaches in the Centre for the Study of Conflict at the University of Ulster at Coleraine.

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THOMAS HENNESSY is a former Fellow of the Institute of Irish Studies at Queen's University Belfast and at present teaches in the Centre for the Study of Conflict at the University of Ulster at Coleraine.

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