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The Hidden Famine: Hunger, Poverty and Sectarianism in Belfast 1840-50 ePub download

by Gerard Mac Atasney,Christine Kinealy

  • Author: Gerard Mac Atasney,Christine Kinealy
  • ISBN: 074531371X
  • ISBN13: 978-0745313719
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Publisher: Pluto Press (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 256
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The Hidden Famine: Hunger, Poverty and Sectarianism in Belfast 1840-50 ePub download

Between 1845 and 1852 Ireland was devastated by the 'Great Hunger' - the most severe famine in modern European history. The view widely held by historians is that the impact of the Famine on the northern province of Ulster.

Between 1845 and 1852 Ireland was devastated by the 'Great Hunger' - the most severe famine in modern European history.

In the first book on the Famine to focus specifically on Belfast, Christine Kinealy, one of Ireland’s leading .

In the first book on the Famine to focus specifically on Belfast, Christine Kinealy, one of Ireland’s leading historians of the period, and Gerard MacAtasney, challenge this view and offer a new interpretation. The authors examine the impact of the cholera epidemic on Belfast in 1849†50, the city's recovery after the Famine, and the beginnings of open sectarianism among the business and landed classes of the province. Скачать (pdf, . 8 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

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Poverty, Hunger and Sectarianism. Christine Kinealy and Gerard Mac Atasney. First published 2000 by Pluto Press. 345 Archway Road, London N6 5AA. and 22883 Quicksilver Drive, Sterling, VA 20166–2012, USA. ww. lutobooks. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.

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Christine Kinealy, Gerard Macatasney. Between 1845 and 1852 Ireland was devastated by the 'Great Hunger' - the most severe famine in modern European history.

In the first book on the Famine to focus specifically on Belfast, Christine . The authors examine the impact of the cholera epidemic on Belfast i. .

In the first book on the Famine to focus specifically on Belfast, Christine Kinealy, one of Ireland’s leading historians of the period, and Gerard MacAtasney, challenge this view and offer a new interpretation. The authors examine the impact of the cholera epidemic on Belfast in 1849–50, the city's recovery after the Famine, and the beginnings of open sectarianism among the business and landed classes of the province. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

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Between 1845 and 1852 Ireland was devastated by the 'Great Hunger' - the most severe famine in modern European history. The view widely held by historians is that the impact of the Famine on the northern province of Ulster, in particular the largely Protestant city of Belfast, was minimal. In the first book on the Famine to focus specifically on Belfast, Christine Kinealy, one of Ireland's leading historians of the period, and Gerard MacAtasney, challenge this view and offer a new interpretation. Drawing on a wealth of original research, Kinealy and MacAtasney begin with an examination of society and social behaviour in Belfast prior to 1845. They then assess the official response to the crisis by the British government, the response by the Church in both England and Ireland, and the part played by the local administration in Ulster. The authors examine the impact of the cholera epidemic on Belfast in 1849-50, the city's recovery after the Famine, and the beginnings of open sectarianism among the business and landed classes of the province.
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