Was there an Irish Revolution, and - if so - what kind of revolution was it? What motivated revolutionaries and those who supported them? How was the war fought and ended? What have been the repercussions for unionists, women and modern Irish politics? These questions are here addressed by leading historians of the period through both detailed assessments of specific incidents and wide-ranging analysis of key themes. The Irish Revolution, 1913-1923 provides the most up-to-date answers to, and debate on, the fundamental questions relating to this formative period in Irish history. Clear coverage of the historiography and a detailed chronology make this book ideal for classroom use. The Irish Revolution is essential reading for students and scholars of modern Ireland, and for all those interested in the study of revolution.
|Publication date:||16th August 2002|
|Categories:||20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000, Revolutionary groups & movements, Revolutions, uprisings, rebellions,|
JOOST AUGUSTEIJN is a lecturer in European History at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He has previously held posts at the University of Amsterdam, Trinity College, Dublin, and Queen's University, Belfast.More About Joost Augusteijn