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What was the short-term significance of the Irish Potato famine in
the years 1845-50?
Ireland's famine of 1845-50 was caused by a disease, which affected the leaves
and roots of the potato, rotting the crops. As a result of this famine, about a
million people in Ireland…

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policies. Of course there is the widely argued view that the government did little
to help with its applied `laissez-faire' attitude. This caused strong anti-government
feelings, which lead to the emergence of the Young Ireland movement. However,
this anti-government movement failed to succeed. There was a serious…

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Wikipedia, n.d. Great Famine (Ireland). [Online] Available at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Famine_(Ireland)#Emigration.
Pike, J., 2011. Global Security. [Online] Available at:
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/europe/ie-potato-famine.htm
[Accessed 19 September 2012].
Aaelman, P. & Pearce, R., 2001. Great Britain and the Irish Question 1800-1922.
pp.60-61.
Aaelman, P. & Pearce, R., 2001. Great…

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Hi,

I just want to know what sort of mark you achieved for this as I am doing the same unit in A2 history

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