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Nordirische Geschichte
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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 153. Kapitel: Nordirlandkonflikt, Margaret Thatcher, Sinn Féin, Blutsonntag, Geschichte Nordirlands, Special Air Service, Provisional Irish Republican Army, Irischer Hungerstreik von 1981, Provisional IRA Belfast Brigade, Gerry Adams, Continuity Irish Republican Army, Guildford Four, JHQ Rheindahlen, Louis Mountbatten, 1. Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Real Irish Republican Army, Granatenangriff auf die Downing Street No. 10, Provisional IRA South Armagh Brigade, Northern Ireland Assembly, IRA-Stabschef, Dirty Protest, Pat McGeown, Birmingham Six, Jackie McMullan, Operation Flavius, Ivor Bell, Ballymurphy-Massaker, Abkommen von Sunningdale, Billy McKee, Brian Faulkner, Bloody Sunday, Thomas Murphy, Ian Paisley, Bobby Sands, Laurence McKeown, Maguire Seven, Bombenanschlag auf Harrods, Unionismus, Terence O Neill, John Hume, Im Namen des Vaters, Official Irish Republican Army, Royal Irish Constabulary, Kieran Nugent, Republican Sinn Féin, Bloody Friday, FallsCurfew, Tommy McKearney, Frank Stagg, David Trimble, Border Campaign, Consultative Group on the Past, Bernard Fox, Owen Carron, Ulster Volunteer Force, Raymond McCartney, Grünes Buch, Joe Cahill, Bombenanschlag im Hyde Park und Regent s Park, Milltown-Friedhof, Denis Donaldson, Operation Banner, Ulster Defence Association, Provisional IRA East Tyrone Brigade, Sefton, Maze Prison, Balcombe Street Gang, Internment-Politik, Bombenanschläge von Birmingham, Workers Party, Premierminister von Nordirland, Kevin McKenna, Irish National Liberation Army, H-Block, Danny Morrison, Special Category Status, Der Boxer, William Long, Martin McGuinness, Mütter & Söhne, James Chichester-Clark, Holy Cross Catholic Primary School, Bombenanschlag auf das Brighton Hotel, Bombenanschläge von Guildford, Michael Stone, Loyalist Volunteer Force, Oliver Napier, Blanket Protest, Oranier-Orden, Billy Reid, Éamonn O Doherty, Internal Security Unit, Seán McCaughey, Irish Independence Party, Ulster Unionist Party, IRA Northern Command, Pat Sheehan, Gusty Spence, Erster Minister und Stellvertretender Erster Minister von Nordirland, Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, Alex Maskey, Armagh-Frauengefängnis, Democratic Unionist Party, Brian Keenan, Karfreitagsabkommen, Freddie Scappaticci, Frank Maguire, Fergus McAteer, Mairéad Farrell, Matt Devlin, Social Democratic and Labour Party, IRA Quartermaster General, Ralph Grey, Baron Grey of Naunton, Unity, Representation of the People Act 1981, Joe McDonnell, Patrick Quinn, Kieran Doherty, Mickey Devine, Tom McElwee, Progressive Unionist Party, Francis Hughes, Martin Hurson, Royal Ulster Constabulary, Independent Republican, Tiocfaidh ár lá, Waffen-Krise, James Chesney, Patsy O Hara, Raymond McCreesh, Kevin Lynch, Fergal O Hanlon, Irischer Rat, Cal, NORAID, Red Hand Commando, Ulster Special Constabulary, David Ervine, Irish Northern Aid. Auszug: Der Nordirlandkonflikt (englisch , irisch ) beherrschte die nordirische Politik der Jahre 1969 bis 1998. Es handelt sich bei dem Konflikt um einen Identitäts- und Machtkampf zwischen den zwei Bevölkerungsgruppen in der nach der Unabhängigkeit der Republik Irland (als Irischer Freistaat) 1920/22 britisch gebliebenen Provinz Nordirland, also den englisch- und schottischstämmigen, unionistischen Protestanten und den überwiegend irisch-nationalistischen Katholiken. Radikale Vertreter des Unionismus werden auch als Loyalisten und radikale Nationalisten auch als Republikaner bezeichnet. Das hervorstechendste Merkmal...

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Nordirische Geschichte
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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 153. Kapitel: Nordirlandkonflikt, Margaret Thatcher, Sinn Féin, Blutsonntag, Geschichte Nordirlands, Special Air Service, Provisional Irish Republican Army, Irischer Hungerstreik von 1981, Provisional IRA Belfast Brigade, Gerry Adams, Continuity Irish Republican Army, Guildford Four, JHQ Rheindahlen, Louis Mountbatten, 1. Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Real Irish Republican Army, Granatenangriff auf die Downing Street No. 10, Provisional IRA South Armagh Brigade, Northern Ireland Assembly, IRA-Stabschef, Dirty Protest, Pat McGeown, Birmingham Six, Jackie McMullan, Operation Flavius, Ivor Bell, Ballymurphy-Massaker, Abkommen von Sunningdale, Billy McKee, Brian Faulkner, Bloody Sunday, Thomas Murphy, Ian Paisley, Bobby Sands, Laurence McKeown, Maguire Seven, Bombenanschlag auf Harrods, Unionismus, Terence O Neill, John Hume, Im Namen des Vaters, Official Irish Republican Army, Royal Irish Constabulary, Kieran Nugent, Republican Sinn Féin, Bloody Friday, FallsCurfew, Tommy McKearney, Frank Stagg, David Trimble, Border Campaign, Consultative Group on the Past, Bernard Fox, Owen Carron, Ulster Volunteer Force, Raymond McCartney, Grünes Buch, Joe Cahill, Bombenanschlag im Hyde Park und Regent s Park, Milltown-Friedhof, Denis Donaldson, Operation Banner, Ulster Defence Association, Provisional IRA East Tyrone Brigade, Sefton, Maze Prison, Balcombe Street Gang, Internment-Politik, Bombenanschläge von Birmingham, Workers Party, Premierminister von Nordirland, Kevin McKenna, Irish National Liberation Army, H-Block, Danny Morrison, Special Category Status, Der Boxer, William Long, Martin McGuinness, Mütter & Söhne, James Chichester-Clark, Holy Cross Catholic Primary School, Bombenanschlag auf das Brighton Hotel, Bombenanschläge von Guildford, Michael Stone, Loyalist Volunteer Force, Oliver Napier, Blanket Protest, Oranier-Orden, Billy Reid, Éamonn O Doherty, Internal Security Unit, Seán McCaughey, Irish Independence Party, Ulster Unionist Party, IRA Northern Command, Pat Sheehan, Gusty Spence, Erster Minister und Stellvertretender Erster Minister von Nordirland, Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, Alex Maskey, Armagh-Frauengefängnis, Democratic Unionist Party, Brian Keenan, Karfreitagsabkommen, Freddie Scappaticci, Frank Maguire, Fergus McAteer, Mairéad Farrell, Matt Devlin, Social Democratic and Labour Party, IRA Quartermaster General, Ralph Grey, Baron Grey of Naunton, Unity, Representation of the People Act 1981, Joe McDonnell, Patrick Quinn, Kieran Doherty, Mickey Devine, Tom McElwee, Progressive Unionist Party, Francis Hughes, Martin Hurson, Royal Ulster Constabulary, Independent Republican, Tiocfaidh ár lá, Waffen-Krise, James Chesney, Patsy O Hara, Raymond McCreesh, Kevin Lynch, Fergal O Hanlon, Irischer Rat, Cal, NORAID, Red Hand Commando, Ulster Special Constabulary, David Ervine, Irish Northern Aid. Auszug: Der Nordirlandkonflikt (englisch , irisch ) beherrschte die nordirische Politik der Jahre 1969 bis 1998. Es handelt sich bei dem Konflikt um einen Identitäts- und Machtkampf zwischen den zwei Bevölkerungsgruppen in der nach der Unabhängigkeit der Republik Irland (als Irischer Freistaat) 1920/22 britisch gebliebenen Provinz Nordirland, also den englisch- und schottischstämmigen, unionistischen Protestanten und den überwiegend irisch-nationalistischen Katholiken. Radikale Vertreter des Unionismus werden auch als Loyalisten und radikale Nationalisten auch als Republikaner bezeichnet. Das hervorstechendste Merkmal...

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Scars Upon My Heart
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Your battle wounds are scars upon my heart' wrote Vera Brittain in a poem to her beloved brother, four days before he died in June 1918. The rediscovery of TESTAMENT OF YOUTH has reminded a new generation of the bitter sufferings of women as well as men in the terrible madness of the First World War. This, the first anthology of women war poets for over sixty years, will come as a surprise to many. It shows, for example, that women were writing protest poetry before Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and that the view of 'the women at home', ignorant and idealistic, was quite false. Many of these poems come out of direct experiences of nursing the victims of trench warfare, or the pain of lovers, brothers, sons lost. Poets include: Nancy Cunard, Rose Macaulay, Charlotte Mew, Alice Meynell, Edith Nesbit, Edith Sitwell, Marie Stopes, Katharine Tynan. Here, as elsewhere, 'the poetry is in the pity' - a moving record of women's experience of war.

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Scars Upon My Heart
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Your battle wounds are scars upon my heart' wrote Vera Brittain in a poem to her beloved brother, four days before he died in June 1918. The rediscovery of TESTAMENT OF YOUTH has reminded a new generation of the bitter sufferings of women as well as men in the terrible madness of the First World War. This, the first anthology of women war poets for over sixty years, will come as a surprise to many. It shows, for example, that women were writing protest poetry before Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and that the view of 'the women at home', ignorant and idealistic, was quite false. Many of these poems come out of direct experiences of nursing the victims of trench warfare, or the pain of lovers, brothers, sons lost. Poets include: Nancy Cunard, Rose Macaulay, Charlotte Mew, Alice Meynell, Edith Nesbit, Edith Sitwell, Marie Stopes, Katharine Tynan. Here, as elsewhere, 'the poetry is in the pity' - a moving record of women's experience of war.

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