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Making sense of the Troubles

by David McKittrick

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Published by Blackstaff in Belfast .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northern Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Political violence -- Northern Ireland -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Social conflict -- Northern Ireland -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Northern Ireland -- History -- 1969-1994.,
    • Northern Ireland -- History -- 1994-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementDavid McKittrick, David McVea.
      ContributionsMcVea, David.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA990.U46 M196 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 353 p. ;
      Number of Pages353
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3994558M
      ISBN 100856406864
      LC Control Number2001334476

        Making Sense of the Troubles, the first attempt to tell the whole story of the past 30 years in Northern Ireland, is an exception. -- Anne McHardy * Observer * One of the great merits of David McKittrick and David McVea's book lies in the authors' ability to pinpoint the causes of trouble while avoiding oversimplification.4/5(K).   Making Sense of the Troubles: The Story of the Conflict in Northern Ireland - Ebook written by David McKittrick, David McVea. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Making Sense of the Troubles: The Story of the Conflict in Northern Ireland.5/5(2).

      Print book: English: Rev. edView all editions and formats Summary: The best one-volume history of the Troubles, from the Irish Civil War through the IRA campaign of the 70s onwards to today's historic power-sharing government in Belfast. Get this from a library! Making sense of the Troubles. [David McKittrick; David McVea] -- "Compellingly written and completely even-handed, this is by far the clearest account of what happened in the Northern Ireland conflict - and why." "The Troubles in Northern Ireland rolled grimly on.

      The troubles in Northern Ireland rolled grimly on for almost 30 years from the late s until the onset of the current shaky peace process. In that time, the conflict never strayed far off the news schedules of the world's media. Thousands of books, articles and theses were published, dissecting every possible aspect of the problem and making it Price Range: $ - $ This chapter is taken from the book: Making Sense of the Troubles by David McKittrick and David McVea () ISBN (Hardback) pp £ Orders to local bookshops or: Blackstaff Press Blackstaff House Wildflower Way Apollo Road Belfast BT12 6TA T: F: E: [email protected]


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David McKittrick, David McVea. Rating details 1, ratings reviews. Compellingly written and even-handed in its judgments, this is by far the clearest account of what has happened through the years in the Northern Ireland conflict, and why.4/5().

Making Sense of the Troubles, the first attempt to tell the whole story of the past 30 years in Northern Ireland, is an exception. Observer - Anne McHardy. One of the great merits of David McKittrick and David McVea's book lies in the authors' ability to pinpoint the causes of trouble while avoiding oversimplification.3/5(1).

Making Sense of the Troubles is David McKittrick and David McVea's classic history of the Troubles, now completely revised and updated. First published ten years ago, Making Sense of the Troubles is widely regarded as the most 'comprehensive, considered and compassionate' (Irish Times) history of the Troubles in Northern Ireland/5(41).

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After a chapter of background on the period from toit covers the ensuing period--the descent into violence, the hunger strikes, the Anglo-Irish accord, the bombers in England--to the present shaky peace process.

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Written by a.Known in the region simply as "the Troubles," the clashes between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland have taken more than 3, lives sincebogged down tens of thousands of British troops, and ruined more than one political career. In this admirably balanced account, McKittrick (a journalist) and McVea (an educator) show how Ireland's independence in never really resolved.

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