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Northern Ireland's History

1919-1921

INDEPENDANCE WAR

End of 1960s

the troubles

1969

Battle of Bogside

1972

BloOdy sunday

1998

the good friday agreement

1919

2022

through violence, finding peace (almost)

1919-1921

19191921

INDEPENDANCE WAR

BEFORE : IRELAND WAS A PART OF BRITAIN


April 1916 : Irish republicans launched a Rising against the British rule and proclaimed an Irish Republic but was crushed after a week of fighting

December 1918 :election of the republican party Sinn Féin
21 January 1919 they declared the Irish independence.

11 July 1921 : A ceasefire began

6 December 1921 : signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty

AT THE END OF THE CONFLICT, IRELAND WAS SPLIT UP :
- NORTHERN IRELANDSTAYED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
- IRELAND BECAME AN INDEPENDANT COUNTRY

1969

1969

Battle of bogside

three-day riots in august 1969 in derry.

Thousands of catholic nationalist from bogside district demonstraed.

They clashed with the loyalists leading to violence in the entier country and deployment of the british troops

=> begining of the thirty year conflict : the troubles

derry, northern ireland

End of 1960s

1960s

The troubles

northern Ireland

majority

minority

loyalist/unionist protestant

They wanted ireland to reamin in the U.k

were loyal to the crown

Nationalist/republicains

catholics

They wanted northern ireland to leave the U.k and join a united ireland

1972

1972

Bloody sunday

on january 30th, 15000 people gathered in Derry for a civil rights demonstration to protest at internment.


During the protest, the paratroop regiment of the british army shot 28 unarmed civilians leading to 14 deaths and 14 wounded

"sunday bloody sunday", U2

https://youtu.be/EM4vblG6BVQ

1998

1998

the good friday agreement

on april 10th the british prime minister, tony blair and the irish taoiseach, bertie ahern signed the good friday agreement, a peace deal which laid the foundations for lasting peace in northern ireland.