Ireland in the Twentieth Century: Divided Island by David Harkness

By David Harkness

Eire within the 20th Century: Divided Island (British background in point of view) [Jan 01, 1996] Harkness, David

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Ireland in the Twentieth Century: Divided Island

Eire within the 20th Century: Divided Island (British historical past in viewpoint) [Jan 01, 1996] Harkness, David

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If so, then Dublin's hopes would be dashed and there would be a quite unacceptable loss of Free State citizens to Northern Ireland. Cosgrave acted quickly, MacNeill resigned from both Commission and Cabinet, and a flurry of meetings took place between government representatives from Dublin and London and finally Belfast. The result was an Agreement (amending and supplementing the Articles of Agreement for a Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland) signed in London, on 3 December 1925 (see Appendix C2).

Then, in 1926, the 'arch Republican' moved out of the wilderness, founding his 'slightly constitutional' Fianna Fail Party in that year and, after the dramatic events of mid-1927 (a general election in June followed by the assassination of Deputy Premier O'Higgins in July and tough new legislation to regulate political activity), he actually took his Party into the Dail. A second general election in the same year, in September, left Fianna Fail breathing down the neck of Cosgrave's Cumann na nGaedheal government.

It claimed 'the allegiance of every Irishman and Irishwoman' and its short statement included a description of its aims and scopeY But, as Roy Foster has observed, there was another characteristic of the young men who carried through their fateful dream that Easter, and this was their poetic identification of 'the Irish soul as Catholic and Gaelic' . 10 And for all the declared commitment to the good of all, this characteristic had been expressed frequently in prose and 26 No Compromise: 1913-18 POBLACHT NA H EIREANN.

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