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Loyalism in Ireland, 1789-1829 (Irish Historical Monographs) (Irish Historical Monographs) by Allan Blackstock

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Published by Boydell Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • British & Irish history: c 1700 to c 1900,
  • Political ideologies,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Ireland,
  • Modern - General,
  • History / Europe,
  • History / Modern / General,
  • World history: from c 1900 -

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8950556M
ISBN 101843833026
ISBN 109781843833024

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Antecedents: Loyalty and Disaffection in Ireland before The Bretheren of Britons: the Emergence of Irish Counter-revolutionary Loyalism, `The first up will carry the day': the Mobilisation and Militarisation of Irish Loyalism, Closing the Ranks: Loyalism Monopolised, Get this from a library! Loyalism in Ireland, [Allan Blackstock] -- Military, political, cultural and religious dimensions of Irish loyalism are examined to show it . Get this from a library! Loyalism in Ireland, [Allan Blackstock] -- "Irish loyalism in the pivotal period between the French Revolution and Catholic emancipation has been a largely neglected and misunderstood subject. Based on extensive new research from sources. Loyalism in Ireland, Irish loyalism is often neglected in the historical literature or misrepresented as an ideologically rigid and narrowly sectarian foil to emerging nationalism. Yet, in the French Revolutionary wars, loyalism was a recognisable counter-revolutionary ideology with recent parallels in Britain, Europe and America.

Buy Loyalism in Ireland, by Allan Blackstock from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Loyalism in Britain and Ireland, which was once seen as a crude reaction against radicalism or nationalism, stimulated by the elite and blindly followed by plebeians, has recently been shown by historians to have been, on the contrary, a politically multi-faceted, socially enabling phenomenon which did much to shape identity in the British Isles. In an account filled with entertaining episodes and memorable characters, Toby Barnard scrutinizes social attitudes and structures in every segment of Protestant society during this period and also 3/5(1). Ulster loyalism is the political movement for maintaining Northern Ireland within the United most unionists, loyalists are attached to the British monarchy, support the continued existence of Northern Ireland, and oppose a united loyalism has been described as a kind of ethnic nationalism and "a variation of British nationalism".

This book takes further this revised picture by considering loyalism in the wider British World. It considers the overall nature of loyalism, exploring its development in England, Ireland and Scotland, and goes on to examine its manifestation in a range of British colonies and former colonies, including the United States, Canada, India. Book Description Boydell & Brewer Ltd, United Kingdom, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Loyalism in Britain and Ireland, which was once seen as a crude reaction against radicalism or nationalism, stimulated by the elite and blindly followed by plebeians, has recently been shown by historians to have been, on the contrary, a politically multi-faceted, socially.   Gareth Mulvenna has previously worked as a parliamentary researcher in the Northern Ireland Assembly and has held a Visiting Research fellowship at the School of Politics at Queen’s University Belfast. His first book, Tartan Gangs and Paramilitaries: The Loyalist Backlash was . In an unorthodox account, that disputes the idea that loyalism was apolitical and sectarian, Tony Novosel argues that loyalist groups, seen as implacable enemies by Republicans and the left, developed a political analysis of the Northern Ireland conflict in the s which involved a compromise peace with all political parties and warring.