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What year was the Government of Ireland Act?
December 1920
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Government of Ireland Act
Sometimes known as the 4th Home Rule Bill. It was an attempt to solve the Nationalist Issue in the South and Unionist Demands in the North. Resulted in 2 seperate Home Rule parliaments, one in Dublin and one in Belfast.
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Reactions to the Government of Ireland Act
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What year was the Anglo-Irish Treaty?
December 1921
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Anglo-Irish Treaty
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Reactions to the Anglo-Irish Treaty
The Republican movement was now split in two- Pro-Treaty IRA, Anti-Treaty IRA. Michael Collins was commander in chief of Pro Treaty IRA.
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When was Michael Collins assassinated?
22 August 1922
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When did the Civil War begin?
April 1922
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Why did the Civil War begin?
A group of Anti-Treaty IRA men took control of the Four Courts, Dublin. With authority from London, Michael Collins ordered it to be attacked.
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When did the Civil War end?
31st July 1923
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Collins arguments for treaty
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DeValera's arguments against treaty
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Results of 1918 General Election.
Sinn Fein-73 seats, IPP-6 seats, Unionists-26 seats, Irish people clearly favoured the idea of a republic.
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Reasons for the rise of Sinn Fein
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Sometimes known as the 4th Home Rule Bill. It was an attempt to solve the Nationalist Issue in the South and Unionist Demands in the North. Resulted in 2 seperate Home Rule parliaments, one in Dublin and one in Belfast.

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