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Published on February 28, 2008

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Northern Ireland: Is Peace Possible?:  Northern Ireland: Is Peace Possible? Basic Irish History:  Basic Irish History St. Patrick, a Roman Briton, shows up in the 5th century, converting the native pagans to Christianity. Basic Irish History:  Basic Irish History Henry II, in all his glory Basic Irish History:  Basic Irish History Years of fighting, land stealing, and murdering ensued, with atrocities committed by both English and Irish. Basic Irish History:  Basic Irish History Drowning Protestants in 1641 Basic Irish History:  Basic Irish History Cromwell leading a massacre of Catholics at Drogheda Easter Rising:  Easter Rising Micheal Collins, military leader of the Irish Volunteers Easter Rising:  Easter Rising “The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise.” Max Stirner, Philosopher Partition:  Partition The entire island used to be called Erin. It has been divided into the Republic (white) and Northern Ireland (green) since 1922. What is this war about?:  What is this war about? TERRITORY Vandals:  Vandals Churches are locked unless a service is going on. Terrorist Groups:  Terrorist Groups Republicans want one whole Irish Republic; they want the North back and the British out. Loyalists want to remain loyal to the Queen and a part of the United Kingdom. Terrorist Groups:  Terrorist Groups Republicans Irish Republican Army * Official IRA * Provisional IRA * Real IRA Irish National Liberation Army Loyalists Ulster Defense Association Loyalist Volunteer Force Ulster Freedom Fighters Terrorist Groups:  Terrorist Groups Loyalist murals in Belfast Terrorist Groups:  Terrorist Groups Republican mural in Belfast The Troubles since 1967:  The Troubles since 1967 Civil Rights:  Civil Rights A motto taken from U.S. post-slavery days The British Army:  The British Army The British Army:  The British Army They have never left. Battle of the Bogside:  Battle of the Bogside Bloody Sunday:  Bloody Sunday Dublin and Monaghan Bombings:  Dublin and Monaghan Bombings Hunger Strikes:  Hunger Strikes In 1981, a hunger strike was begun in the H blocks of the Maze prison over suspension of “special status” for political prisoners. Hunger Strikes:  Hunger Strikes Hunger Strikes:  Hunger Strikes Hunger Strikes:  Hunger Strikes Thatcher refused to negotiate with terrorists. Ten men died. Hunger Strikes:  Hunger Strikes Bobby Sands was elected MP just before he died. The Peace Process:  The Peace Process As a prelude to negotiations, Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein, and John Hume, SDLP, debated live on TV. The Belfast Agreement:  The Belfast Agreement The Peace Process:  The Peace Process July 12th:  July 12th July 12th:  July 12th July 12th:  July 12th Omagh:  Omagh Oral History Subjects:  Oral History Subjects Michael Gallagher lost his son Aidan. Oral History Subjects:  Oral History Subjects Oral History Subjects:  Oral History Subjects The Pat Finucane Center in Derry Oral History Subjects:  Oral History Subjects Malachy Toner, owner of Rumpole’s How We Think:  How We Think Assumptions Current thought based on outdated facts Dissociation Telling:  Telling “They’re different; here’s how I know.” * Name *School *Skin color *Clothing *Eye color *Walking *Buses *Address *Work Ethic *Sports The Human Cost:  The Human Cost Over 3,800 dead “I can summon the hope that we have seen the last of it. I cannot summon the belief.”:  “I can summon the hope that we have seen the last of it. I cannot summon the belief.” John Conroy, Belfast Diary “Hands Across the Divide”:  “Hands Across the Divide” QUIZ TIME:  QUIZ TIME Now that you have learned a bit about this topic, check your comprehension by taking a short quiz. Click Here for the Quiz!

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