Keen, D.S. Foreword by J.H. Jensen, general editor.
Title IRELAND 1910-49: A STUDY IN CONFLICT. PERSPECTIVES IN MODERN HISTORY / THEME SEVEN.
Publisher Reed Education, Wellington, New Zealand, 1977.
Seller ID 19828
48 pp, oblong soft cover (7 3/4" H x 8 1/2" D). ISBN 0589045962 B&w photographs, map. Contents: Foreword, Acknowledgements; Author's Note; Ireland before 1910: The Sins of the Fathers; The Origins of Irish Nationalism: Ireland in 1910 - Home R ule - Sinn Fein and the Fenian Brotherhood - The Land Problem - The Urban Problem - Religion; British Attitudes to the Irish Question: Ireland 1910-23 - Ireland during World War I - The Easter Rising - Ireland after World War I - The "Anglo - I r i s h W a r" 1919-21 - The Civil War 1922-23; The Cosgrave Era 1923-32: In Search of Stability - The Parliamentary and Party System - Ulster in the 1920s - The South: Economic Development and Problems; De Valera 1932-48: A New Government - To wa rd s a Re pu b li c - The "Economic War" - Agreement with Britain - Fine Gael - Extremist Groups - World War II: Irish Neutrality - The Strains of War; The Promised Land: Ireland 1948-49; Further Reading. Interior - very light browning to edges of pag es , cig are tt e o do r, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear. very light rubbing, very light browning to edges of textblock, small soft crease at top of rear cover, one tiny corner crease . Very Go od