The Centenary of the Irish National Revolution
The Centenary of the Irish National Revolution
Annotation
PII
S207987840002371-7-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002371-7-1
Publication type
Article
Status
Published
Authors
Elena Polyakova 
Affiliation:
Istitute of World History RAS
State Academic University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
The article deals with the Irish national revolution, 1918—1923. The struggle of the Irish people for national liberation was led by Sinn Fein party, whose goal was the creation of an independent national state. The attempts of the young Irish Republic to provide international recognition, Anglo-Irish and civil wars and also the struggle of Ulster unionists against revolution are shown. The incomplete nature of the revolution was noted, since Ireland did not achieve full independence, and the country was divided.
Keywords
Ireland, revolution, Sinn Fein, Dail, nationalism, unionism
Received
10.05.2018
Publication date
31.08.2018
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