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How did the Irish in Ireland view the Civil War?

Discussion in 'Civil War History - Secession and Politics' started by major bill, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. Pat Young

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    More on the conflict between the Church and the Fenians:
    http://www.historyireland.com/18th-19th-century-history/the-catholic-church-and-fenianism/
     
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  3. Irishtom29

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    Not necessarily. During the Irish War of Independence the IRA was often aware of those Anglo-Irish who were Irish nationalists and treated them accordingly.
     
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