Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

18/10/2007

1914 Р1919: The First World War, Easter Rising and rise of Sinn F̩in

In August 1914 the UK went to war with Germany as the First World War began. In order to concentrate on the war effort, the government decided to postpone the Third Home Rule Bill until after the war, and this left the Nationalists and Unionists wondering what action would be best on their part. Both decided that if they fought alongside the British in the war, they would have a bargaining tool for use after the war. for more click here

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