Partition of Ireland 1900-25 for CCEA A2 Level

This resource has been developed to address A2 2 Option 4: 'Partition of Ireland 1900–25' of the CCEA specification. Dr Rees guides the students through this formative period, covering the role and actions of unionists, nationalists and the British government.

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Written to address the CCEA GCE History specification for Unit A2 2: Option 4: Partition of Ireland 1900–25, renowned historian Dr Russell Rees has comprehensively updated his authoritative Ireland 1900–25.

The book is a detailed and insightful exploration of this critical period in Irish history. It takes a chronological approach, looking initially at Ireland in the first decade of the twentieth century before focusing on the Ulster Crisis of 1911–14. The author also examines the impact of the First World War and the Easter Rising on Irish politics as well as the events leading up to partition in 1921, including the Anglo-Irish War. The final chapters explore the impact of the Irish Civil War in the Irish Free State and the first years of the state of Northern Ireland.

The text is complimented by historiographical sections, three indexes, maps, election tables and over 40 photographs. Students of A2 History will find this an invaluable resource by an established and well-known author of Irish history.

Contents: 1 Ireland 1900–1910; 2 The Ulster Crisis; 3 The Path to Separation; 4 The emergence of the Irish Free State, 1919–25; 5 Northern Ireland and its Problems, 1920-25; Conclusion

 

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  • Format: Paperback / Softback
  • Published On: 11 November 2022
  • Publisher: Colourpoint Educational
  • ISBN / EAN: 9781780732008
  • Page Count: 288