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  • Unionist opposition to Home Rule 1912 - 1914
    • Home Rule
    • Larne Gun-Running
      • Colonel Fred Crawford got guns
        • From Hamburg, Germany
          • 24- 25th April 1914
            • UVF cut telephone wires
        • 35,000 guns and 5,000,000 rounds of ammunition
          • Clydevally
            • Ship used to smuggle most of the weapons
              • Larne
      • Police didn't try to stop it
        • Looked like they were on the side of the UVF
  • The opening of a small government.
    • Home Rule
    • To be set up in Dublin
    • Ireland would be allowed to make small decisions
      • England would still make all the big decisions
  • Allowed a little more freedom
    • The opening of a small government.
      • To be set up in Dublin
      • Ireland would be allowed to make small decisions
        • England would still make all the big decisions
  • Ulster Volunteer Force
    • Unionist opposition to Home Rule 1912 - 1914
      • Larne Gun-Running
        • Colonel Fred Crawford got guns
          • From Hamburg, Germany
            • 24- 25th April 1914
              • UVF cut telephone wires
          • 35,000 guns and 5,000,000 rounds of ammunition
            • Clydevally
              • Ship used to smuggle most of the weapons
                • Larne
        • Police didn't try to stop it
          • Looked like they were on the side of the UVF
    • 100,000 men
    • The men who joined had to have signed the Solemn League and Covenant
    • UVF
  • 100,000 men
  • Set up in January 1913
    • Ulster Volunteer Force
      • The men who joined had to have signed the Solemn League and Covenant
      • UVF
  • Trained by Army Officers
    • Trained in each country on the estates of rich landowners
    • Commanded by Sir George Richardson
  • Nationalist Support for Home Rule
    • John Redmon
      • Leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party
        • Most of his support came from Irish Catholics
          • 1910, there were 82 Irish Parliamentary party members in Westminster
    • Liberals
      • Also supported Home Rule
  • It was a step closer to being a free nation
    • Nationalist wanted to be free
      • Unionists didn't

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