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The ira
The ira
the ira The Provisional Irish Republican Army When one thinks of terrorism, the conflict in Israel or other Middle Eastern countries usually comes to mind. Although true to some extent there are many other groups in the world that fall under the category of terrorists. One of these groups is located in Europe, more specifically in Northern Ireland, and is commonly known as the IRA, or the Irish Republican Army. This group has been around for decades and has fought politically and militarily fo
Ireland 2
Ireland 2
Ireland 2 CULTURE LANGUAGE Official Language: Gaeilge Common Phrases: Yes = sea No = n hea Thank you = Go raibh maith agat Thank you very much = Go raibh mle maith agat You\'re welcome = T filte romhat Please = Ms do thoil , Le do thoil. Excuse me = Gaibh mo phardn Hello = Dia dhuit Goodbye = Sln agat/sln leat I do not understand = N thuigim Do you speak ... = an labharann t.... What is your name? = Cad is ainm duit? Nice to meet you. = T thas orm bualadh leat. How are you? = Cona
Easter Uprising in Ireland
Easter Uprising in Ireland
Easter Uprising in Ireland On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, a force of Irishmen attempted to seize Dublin, with the ultimate intention of eliminating British rule and creating a completely independent Ireland. Their leaders, such as Patrick Pearse and James Connolly, knew that they were destined to die, but saw the importance of independence, thus the rebellion was inevitable. In the eyes of many the rebellion was a complete failure, with the loss of lives and damage of buildings, but in the ey
the ira
the ira
the ira The Provisional Irish Republican Army When one thinks of terrorism, the conflict in Israel or other Middle Eastern countries usually comes to mind. Although true to some extent there are many other groups in the world that fall under the category of �terrorists�. One of these groups is located in Europe, more specifically in Northern Ireland, and is commonly known as the IRA, or the Irish Republican Army. This group has been around for decades and has fought politically and militaril
Liberation of ireland
Liberation of ireland
liberation of ireland Liberation of Ireland The 1916 Easter Rising The Easter Rebellion, was an armed uprising of Irish nationalists against the rule of Great Britain in Ireland. The uprising occurred on Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, and centred mainly in Dublin. The chief objectives were the attainment of political freedom and the establishment of an Irish republic. Centuries of discontent, marked by numerous rebellions, preceded the uprising. The new crisis began to develop in September 1914,
1916 By Morgan Llywelyn
1916 By Morgan Llywelyn
1916 By Morgan Llywelyn 1916 by Morgan Llywelyn President Ben Mitchell 1916 by Morgan Llywelyn Morgan Llywelyn was born in New York City; her parents were Irish and Welsh-Irish. She is an Irish citizen and lives in Ireland year round. The majority of her books cover Ireland and Irish history. Ms. Llywelyn is the only woman to have walked the entire length and width of Ireland. Ned Halloran is on the Titanic with his mother and father. They are going to his sister Kathleen's wedding. Onboard the
The Irish Easter Rebellion 1916
The Irish Easter Rebellion 1916
The Irish Easter Rebellion 1916 The 1916 Irish Easter Uprising Ever since the occupation of Ireland by the English began in 1169, Irish patriots have fought back against British rule, and the many Irish rebellions and civil wars had always been defeated. To quash further rebellion, the Act of Union was imposed in 1800, tying Ireland to the United Kingdom of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Laws discriminating against Catholics and the handling of the Irish Potato Famine of 1845-50 led to in
Easter Uprising in Ireland
Easter Uprising in Ireland
Easter Uprising in Ireland On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, a force of Irishmen attempted to seize Dublin, with the ultimate intention of eliminating British rule and creating a completely independent Ireland. Their leaders, such as Patrick Pearse and James Connolly, knew that they were destined to die, but saw the importance of independence, thus the rebellion was inevitable. In the eyes of many the rebellion was a complete failure, with the loss of lives and damage of buildings, but in the ey
Easter 1916
Easter 1916
Easter 1916 Easter 1916 The 1916 Easter Rebellion spoke to the heart of Irish nationalism and emerged to dominate nationalist accounts of the origin and evolution of the Irish State. The decision by a hand- full of Irish patriots to strike a blow for Irish independence mesmerized the Irish people in its violent intensity and splendor. According to Richard Kearney, author of Myth and Terror, suddenly everything was dated 'Before or after Easter Week'. The subsequent executions of the sixteen rebe
The ira
The ira
the ira The Provisional Irish Republican Army When one thinks of terrorism, the conflict in Israel or other Middle Eastern countries usually comes to mind. Although true to some extent there are many other groups in the world that fall under the category of Iterroristsa. One of these groups is located in Europe, more specifically in Northern Ireland, and is commonly known as the IRA, or the Irish Republican Army. This group has been around for decades and has fought politically and militarily fo
Easter 1916
Easter 1916
Easter 1916 Easter 1916 The 1916 Easter Rebellion spoke to the heart of Irish nationalism and emerged to dominate nationalist accounts of the origin and evolution of the Irish State. The decision by a hand- full of Irish patriots to strike a blow for Irish independence mesmerized the Irish people in its violent intensity and splendor. According to Richard Kearney, author of Myth and Terror, suddenly everything was dated \'Before or after Easter Week\'. The subsequent executions of the sixteen re
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn President Ben Mitchell 1916 by Morgan Llywelyn Morgan Llywelyn was born in New York City; her parents were Irish and Welsh-Irish. She is an Irish citizen and lives in Ireland year round. The majority of her books cover Ireland and Irish history. Ms. Llywelyn is the only woman to have walked the entire length and width of Ireland. Ned Halloran is on the Titanic with his mother and father. They are going to his sister Kathleen's wedding. Onboard the ship, Ned meets Dan Duff
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn
1916 by Morgan Llywelyn Morgan Llywelyn was born in New York City; her parents were Irish and Welsh-Irish. She is an Irish citizen and lives in Ireland year round. The majority of her books cover Ireland and Irish history. Ms. Llywelyn is the only woman to have walked the entire length and width of Ireland. Ned Halloran is on the Titanic with his mother and father. They are going to his sister Kathleens wedding. Onboard the ship, Ned meets Dan Duffy, and they become friends. When the ship begin
Ireland 2
Ireland 2
Ireland 2 CULTURE LANGUAGE Official Language: Gaeilge Common Phrases: Yes = sea No = n� hea Thank you = Go raibh maith agat Thank you very much = Go raibh m�le maith agat You're welcome = T� f�ilte romhat Please = M�s � do thoil �, Le do thoil. Excuse me = Gaibh mo phard�n Hello = Dia dhuit Goodbye = Sl�n agat/sl�n leat I do not understand = N� thuigim Do you speak ... = an labharann t�.... What is your name? = Cad is ainm duit? Nice to meet you. = T� �thas orm bualad
Eammon DeVelera
Eammon DeVelera
Eammon DeVelera Eamon de Valera\'s struggle for a sovereign nation "Sinn-ne Fianna Fail", the first line of the Irish National Anthem loosely translates "soldiers are we/whose lives are pledged to Ireland" , served as Eamon de Valera\'s focus throughout his life. Born on October 14th, 1882 in New York City\'s New York Nursery and Child\'s Hospital to Catherine (Kate) Coll and Vivion Juan de Valera of 61 East 41st Street, Manhattan. Eamon\'s mother Kate emigrated from the small town of Knockmore,
Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland A world of hate supports many conflicts in modern society. Strings of hatred entangle all walks of life. Oftentimes, the most disheartening part of most ongoing hatred is the fact that the people involved do not even know how it began. Since 1170, nothing but hatred, intolerance, and death has surrounding the culture of Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is a land rich in tradition and pride; the same pride sustains the separation of the Protestants and the Catholics. The Protes