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Definitive history of the politics of Sinn Fein and the Irish Republican Army, analysing the ideology behind decades of terrorism. Hailed as 'subtle and authoritative' by the New... Read more
You can turn your passion into more than just a hobby. When he was 9 years old, Henry Patterson (now aged 13) turned his sweet stall into a story book and children's brand, which led to an international business that took him around the world, meeting fantastic people along the way - including Sir Richard Branson and the co-founder of Instagram, Mike Krieger.In Young and Mighty, Henry not only...
It is widely argued that Britain has always followed a coherent imperialist strategy in Northern Ireland. Paul Bew and Henry Patterson take issue with this assumption in the first serious study of British policy towards Ulster over the past twenty years. They demonstrate, through a detailed examination of the twists and turns of successive governments, the fundamental incoherence of Britain's...
The first history of the two institutions that dominated the politics of Northern Ireland's Protestant community during the twentieth century . It is based on the hitherto closed internal archives of the Unionist Party and Orange Order. -- .
Presents the history of Ireland, north and south of the border, since the outbreak of the Second World War. Synthesizing primary and secondary sources, this book offers a narrative of contemporary Ireland as a place poised between the divisiveness of deep-seated conflict and the modernizing but perhaps no less divisive pull of material prosperity.
Offers a narrative of contemporary Ireland. This book shows that although the two states of Ireland have divergent histories, they are interdependent and mirroring ideologies have fuelled them. It also covers various events and developments on the island since the outbreak of the second world war.
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