By J. R. Hill
A New heritage of Ireland is the most important scholarly undertaking in glossy Irish background. In nine volumes, it offers a complete new synthesis of recent scholarship on each point of Irish background and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological proof, in the course of the heart a long time, right down to the current day.
Volume VII covers a interval of significant importance in Ireland's historical past. It outlines the department of eire and the eventual institution of the Irish Republic. It offers complete insurance of political advancements, north and south, in addition to providing chapters at the financial system, literature in English and Irish, the Irish language, the visible arts, emigration and immigration, and the heritage of ladies. The members to this quantity, all experts of their box, give you the such a lot finished therapy of those advancements of any single-volume survey of twentieth-century eire.
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Finally, we record with sorrow the deaths of four scholars whose contributions to this volume have proved to be of lasting value, requiring little more than annotation to take account of work recently published—Vivian Mercier (3 November 1989), John Whyte (16 May 1990), Rex Cathcart (26 August 1994), and David Johnson (15 June 1998); and also the death (13 February 2000) of F. X. , emeritus professor of medieval history, University College, Dublin, member of the board of editors since the foundation of this project, and its chairman since 1984.
L. O. Andrews, Robert Moore, Terence O’Neill, Lord Brookeborough, Cecil Bateman (cabinet secretary), W. W. B.
A. in Northern Ireland Movement away from discrimination: the housing trust Family allowances; the movement of labour; dominion status? The 1945 general election: a shock for the Unionist party IX TO THE DECLARATION OF THE REPUBLIC AND THE IRELAND ACT, 1945–9 by J. H. Whyte Revisor’s note Social and psychological change; enduring political problems Partition; intercommunal relations; attitudes to Britain Phases in attitudes to the north-south problem Politics in independent Ireland in 1945 Decline and fall of the Fianna Fáil hegemony Postwar hopes; the impact of strikes, shortages, and rising prices Criticisms of administrative practice: the Ward and Locke inquiries The impact of Clann na Poblachta The 1948 general election; the decisive role of National Labour John A.