Flame

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For him the Second World War provided, ‘the moral imperative to engage in an anti-Nazi war’ (p. 330), and in this, in both the IRA and the independent Irish state, separatist nationalism was found wanting. An Anglo-American perspective lies at the heart of one of the group's current Themes and Sources papers, 'Film and History, 1929-45', which is taught by Dr Colin Schindler and others. All seven of the signers were executed along with eight others. It follows therefore, that what is of particular interest in Irish Freedom is the method, which distils a theory of nationalism from a history of nationalism.

Pages: 159

Publisher: Bookpeople (December 1983)

ISBN: 0907040233

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