The Irish Revolution 1912-1925

The years 1912-25 saw the violent end of British rule in Ireland and its replacement by two new Irish states representing conflicting visions of the Irish future. This brief course will examine the causes, events and consequences of this revolutionary change in Ireland, from the first stirrings of revolt in Ulster in 1912, through the Easter Rising, to the political turmoil of violent insurrection, partition and civil war. Looking back a century later, this course will explore the legacies of this momentous decade and how they continue to shape modern Ireland today.

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  • Cost: £70
  • Credits: 5