Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire: Irish Nationalism in Britain, 1912-1922
From the politics of John Redmond to the political violence of Michael Collins, Irish nationalism in Britain was integral to British assessments of the Irish Question. Far from a 'sideshow' to the revolutionary events in Ireland, this study argues that the Irish Revolution was defined by political conflicts, and cultures, across the Irish Sea.
Darragh Gannon (University College Dublin)
- Cambridge University Press
- 320 pages
- United Kingdom
- British & Irish history