The Birth of the Irish Free State, 1921-1923

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Index
Abolition Bill, 247
Admiralty, British, 138
Aiken, Frank, 178-79, 240-41, 272-74, 276
America. See United States
American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, 45
Anderson, Sir John, 36, 43, 55, 57, 72, 180
Anglo-Irish negotiations. See Truce negoti- ations, Anglo-Irish (1920-1921); Peace conference, Anglo-Irish (1921), prelimi- nary negotiations; Peace conference, Anglo-Irish (1921)
Anglo-Irish treaty. See Treaty, Anglo-Irish (1921)
Anglo-Irish war (1919-1921), 226; IRA tac- tics, 24-26, 32-33, 37-41, 47-49; British tactics, 26, 36-41, 48-49; Michael Collins, 32-35; British government, 35-40, 43-44, 48-55; public protest, 49-52; casualties, 48, 61-62; truce negotiations, 56-61; results of truce, 62-63. See also Irish Republican Army; Royal Irish Con- stabulary; Great Britain, army in Ireland; Crown forces
Antrim, County, 7, 31, 296 (n. 6)
Ard Fheis. See Sinn Fein
Armagh, County, 7, 31, 103, 123, 165, 277, 296 (n. 6)
Articles of Agreement for a Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland. See Treaty, Anglo-Irish (1921)
Asquith, Herbert Henry, 4, 6-8, 13, 30
Assembly of Ireland. See Dail Eireann
Australia, 42, 50, 205, 215
Auxiliary Division, RIC. See Royal Irish Constabulary
Bagwell, John, 264
Baldwin, Stanley, 261
Balfour, Arthur J., 191-92, 209, 314 (n. 6); truce, 53; peace negotiations, 65, 100; Ulster, 196, 212; fall of coalition, 262
Ballyshannon, County Donegal, 183
Bandon, County Cork, 40, 244, 248
Bantry, County Cork, 244
Barrett, Dick, 265-66
Barry, Kevin, 40
Barry, Tom, 39-40, 223, 271-73
Barton, Robert: Irish Cabinet, 68; Irish peace delegation, 74, 78; peace confer- ence, 82-83, 89-90, 96, 109-11, 117-18; December 4 subconference, 120-22; De- cember 5-6 subconferences, 124-30; treaty, 142, 146, 149; Republican gov- ernment, 255
Battle of the Boyne. See Boyne, battle of
Beal na mBlath (Pass of Flowers), County Cork, 248-49
Beaslai, Piaras, 151-52, 316 (n. 49)
Beggar’s Bush Barracks, 163
Belfast, 19, 49, 101-02, 122, 127, 134, 151, 176, 224-25, 250, 323 (n. 55); growth of, 5; Home Rule, 6-7; violence in, 41-42, 102, 164, 176, 195-96; elections (1920 and 1921), 31, 52-53; George V, 56-57; Craig Collins pact, 177-78
Belfast boycott, 42, 165, 182, 186, 228
Belfast Telegraph, 178
Belleek. See Pettigo-Belleek affair
Benedict XV, Pope, 86
Birkenhead, Lord (F. E. Smith): coercion in Ireland, 55, 128, 136, 304 (n. 44); favors truce, 55, 57; peace negotiations, 59, 70, 79; peace conference, 81-82, 85-86, 89, 93-95, 97-98, 102, 107, 110, 112-15, 121, 124-31; Conservative Party conven- tion, 106-08; Boundary Commission, 133, 314 (n. 6); treaty, 139; Free State, 194-95, 209; Collins’ death, 250; fall of coalition, 262
“Black and Tans.” See Royal Irish Con- stabulary
Blackwater River, 245
Blessington, County Wicklow, 239
Bliantas, County Waterford, 272
“Bloody Sunday,” 40
Blythe, Ernest, 204, 225, 252, 264, 267, 318 (n. 50)
Boer War, 27, 60, 113

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