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Home Rule

Easter Rising 1916

Irish Civil War

Partition of Ireland

The Civil Rights Movement

The Troubles 1968-1972

Bloody Sunday


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Beyond the Pale A series of articles and links about the troubles in Northern Ireland.
Photographic gallery A wide range of images from around Northern ireland.
Photographs: Bloody Sunday A series of images taken on Bloody Sunday.
List of relevant Acronyms A useful guide to the many political terms, parties and phrases used in studies of Northern ireland.
Political posters from Northern Ireland A selection of political posters from Northern Ireland.
Can peace come to Northern Ireland? An analysis of the current state of affairs in Northern Ireland.
Irish Free State A History of Free Ireland.
Timelines of Irish history A series of links to timelines of Irish history. A useful starting point.
A Photo gallery More images of the troubles in Northern Ireland.
Political parties and combatants Brief descriptions of the different Irish political parties. This site also includes links to further relevant sites.
Sunday, Bloody Sunday An account of the days events and evaluation of the consequences of Bloody Sunday.
20 years of Irish Republican struggle A history of the republican movement in Northern Ireland.
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry The official website of the Inquiry into the Bloody Sunday massacre.
Washington Post Special Report The Washington Posts history of Ireland and the troubles in Northern Ireland.
The Conflict in Ireland A Series of articles and links about recent Irish history.





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