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The Army and the Curragh incident, 1914

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Published by the Bodley Head for the Army Records Society , London
Great Britain. Army -- History -- 20th century -- Sources., Curragh Mutiny, 1914 -- Sources., Home rule -- Ireland -- Sources., Great Britain -- History, Military -- 20th century -- Sources., Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1910-1921 -- Sou

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Statementedited by Ian F.W. Beckett.
SeriesPublications of the Army Records Society ;, vol. 2
ContributionsBeckett, I. F. W., Army Records Society (Great Britain)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA960 .A76 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 456 p., [1] leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2336123M
ISBN 100370307380
LC Control Number86226252

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Beckett. The so‐called ‘Curragh incident’ of Marchin which a group of British officers expressed their unwillingness to fire upon Ulster loyalists if the Liberal government's imposition of Home Rule was contested, has generated a significant historiography from political and military historians and historians of modern : Mark L.

Connelly. Army and the Curragh incident, London: Published by the Bodley Head for the Army Records Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I F W Beckett; Army Records Society (Great Britain).

The army, the press and the ‘Curragh incident’, March hisr_ M. Connelly University of Kent Abstract This article explores the connection between the army,the press and the Unionist party during the so-called ‘Curragh incident’ of March in which certain army Author: Mark L.

Connelly. This article explores the connection between the army, the press and the Unionist party during the so-called ‘Curragh incident’ of March in which certain army officers expressed their unwillingness to impose Home Rule on Ireland. Although there is much scholarship on this aspect of Irish history, there has been no study of the crucial role played by the press and the army's attempts.

Ian F.W. Beckett (ed.), The Army and the Curragh Incident (London, ) Ronan Fanning, Fatal path: British government and Irish revolution –22 (London, ) James Fergusson, The Curragh.

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Also Ian Beckett has compiled the letters and papers of all involved in the incident under the title of ' The Army and the Curragh Incident'. Their views were graphically exposed during the ‘Curragh Mutiny’ in This army barracks located just east of Kildare town, had become Britain’s premier military base in Ireland.

Books Related period Pre (content), Pre (content) Creator FERGUSSON, JAMES (SIR) (Author) Faber (Publisher) Production date Place made London The Army and the Curragh Incident, Private papers. Letter The Army and the Curragh incident Sir John French referring to the `Curragh Incident',   As the world marched to war inthe Army of the British Empire was secretly recovering from one of its most momentous events of its history.

In the Curragh Army Camp in the rolling countryside of county Kildare, a senior British General and his officers had threatened to Pages: A Question of Duty: The Curragh Incident, As the world marched to war inthe Army of the British Empire was secretly recovering from one of its most momentous events of its history.

In the Curragh Army Camp in the rolling countryside of county Kildare, a. In March British Army officers at the Curragh camp threatened to resign if ordered into Ulster to act against the Ulster Volunteer Force and to impose Home Rule.

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The War Office announced that there was no intention of using the army to enforce the Home Rule bill. The Curragh Incident is often called a mutiny or a proto-mutiny, as the dissenting officers had clearly stated that they would disobey orders, though they had not actually disobeyed any because no orders had been issued.

The Curragh, As the world marched to war inthe Army of the British Empire was secretly recovering from one of its most momentous events of its history. "a short, deft, informed and informing read" - The Irish Times. B-format, paperback | pp | ISBN: |. Ryan, Mutiny at the Curragh (); J. Fergusson, The Curragh Incident (); The Army and the Curragh Incidented.

Beckett (Army Records Soc., ii, ). The author is grateful to Prof. Ian Beckett for kindly commenting on this article. The Curragh“Incident” Download the PDF Document: Here The events which culminated in the Curragh “Mutiny” of March had their beginnings at the end of the 18th century when by the Act of Union the islands of Great Britain and Ireland were joined orth one Parliament would serve both countries.

Under­Secretary Cooke wrote, into Mr. Pitt, Prime. ‎As the world marched to war inthe Army of the British Empire was secretly recovering from one of its most momentous events of its history. In the Curragh Army Camp in the rolling countryside of county Kildare, a senior British General and his officers had threatened to resign rather than depl.

The Army and the Curragh Incident, by Beckett, Ian F. W., editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Curragh Cemetery has many graves that attest to the British Army presence on the Curragh up to their departure in The Commonwealth War Graves Commission maintains the graves of servicemen who died at the camp during World War I, which are scattered throughout the cemetery.

Handover. At the time of the passage of the Home Rule Act inthe Camp became the scene of the Curragh.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. The Curragh Incident of 20 Marchalso known as the Curragh Mutiny, occurred in the Curragh, County Kildare, Curragh Camp was then the main base for the British Army in Ireland, which at the time formed part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and d was about to receive a measure of devolved government, which included Ulster.

The Army and the Curragh IncidentArmy Records Society (Stroud, ) Beckett, Ian and Simpson, Keith (eds.). A Nation in Arms (Manchester, ).

Remembering the Curragh Mutiny, March A commanding officer’s panic had far-reaching consequences for the army and for home rule Sat,Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good.

First Edition. pp Some wear to price-clipped dust-jacket - otherwise in very good condition. An examination of an incident at the Curragh Army Camp during the Home Rule crisis when a number of officers at the camp chose dismissal rather than 'active operations in Ulster'.

The army, the press and the ‘Curragh incident’, March The army, the press and the ‘Curragh incident’, March Article in Historical Research 84() January with 7 Reads. The Military Correspondence of Field Marshal Sir Henry WilsonThe Army and the Curragh Incident,The Napoleonic War Journal of Captain Th.

The Publications of the Army Records Society book series by multiple authors includes books Military Correspondence of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, The Army and the Curragh Incident,The Napoleonic War Journal of Captain Thomas Henry Browne -and several more.history as the "Curragh Incident." In a very limited sense, the Curragh Incident--the refusal of a group of cavalry officers sta­ tioned in Ireland to accept orders from the War Office--began and ended during one tension-filled week in March, In a larger sense, the causes of the incident.

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