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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This resource has been developed to fully 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. The book takes a chronological approach, working through the crisis over the third Home Rule Bill, the impact of the First World War and Easter Rising, and the Anglo-Irish War. Following partition in 1921, the book concludes with a study of the Irish Civil War and the first few years of the establishment of the Northern Ireland state. 

Students of A2 History will find this an invaluable resource by a 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: 31 August 2022
  • Publisher: Colourpoint Educational
  • ISBN / EAN: 9781780732008
  • Page Count: 288