An Irish Empire?: Aspects of Ireland and the British Empire

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Keith Jeffery
Manchester University Press, 1996 - Grande-Bretagne - Relations - Irlande - 224 pages
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Contents

Introduction Keith Jeffery page
1
Ireland the Empire and film Jeffrey Richards
25
Ireland sport and empire Alan Bairner
57
Ireland and India T G Fraser
77
The Irish military tradition and the British Empire
94
Empire Day in Ireland 18961962 David H Hume
149
Businessmen in Northern Ireland and the imperial
169
Ulster resistance and loyalist rebellion in the Empire
191
Index page
217
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About the author (1996)

Keith Jeffery was educated in Ireland, the USA and Cambridge (St John's College). In 2005 he came to Queen's, where he is Professor of British History, after teaching at the Ulster Polytechnic and the University of Ulster for over twenty years. Jeffery was awarded the Templer Medal from the Society for Army Historical Research in 2007 for the best book of the year (his biography of Sir Henry Wilson) on British Military History. Professor Jeffery has written a biography of the Irishman, Sir Henry Wilson, who was professional head of the British army in 1918-22. He has also been working on a history of the British empire. In 2005 Jeffery was appointed to write the first Official History of the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), covering the years 1909-49 (Bloomsbury Publishing September 2010).

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