5 edition of British monarchy and Ireland found in the catalog.
British monarchy and Ireland
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DA950 .L78 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 398 p. :|
|Number of Pages||398|
|LC Control Number||2008295572|
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Book Description. Broad-ranging analysis of the relationship of the British monarchy with Ireland from to the present. James Loughlin demonstrates how this relationship was shaped by the personalities of individual monarchs and by government policies in Ireland, shedding light on the history of Anglo-Irish relations, the monarchy, Cited by: 6.
Mary Kenny's interesting and entertaining book traces the relationship between the irish people and the British monarchy from the reign of Queen Victoria up until the present.
She shows how different monarch have evoked different feelings in Ireland, with bitter memories of queen Victoria as the 'famine queen' while Edward VII, for instance, created a much more favourable by: 5.
A broad-ranging political and social history of the relationship of the British monarchy with Ireland from to the present. James Loughlin demonstrates how this relationship was shaped by the personalities of individual monarchs and by government policies in Ireland, especially during the nineteenth century when the state sought to quell Irish demands for : James Loughlin.
The British Monarchy and Ireland, to the Present This is a broad-ranging political and social history of the relationship of the British British monarchy and Ireland book with Ireland from to the present.
James Loughlin demonstrates how British monarchy and Ireland book relationship was shaped by the person-alities of individual monarchs and by government policies in Ireland.
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(Available here). There have been 12 British monarchs since the political union of the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland on 1 May England and Scotland had been in personal union since 24 March On 1 Januarythe Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Ireland merged, which resulted in the creation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
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The British Monarchy and Ireland: to the Present by James Loughlin. Looks at the personalities of individual monarchs, royal ritual and spectacle, and royal allegiance. Crown and Shamrock: Love and Hate Between Ireland and the British Monarchy by Mary Kenny.
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Get this from a library. The British monarchy and Ireland: to the present. [James Loughlin] -- James Loughlin presents a comprehensive analysis of the relationship of the British monarchy with Ireland from to the present. Introduction: The monarchy, Ireland and the Union --Part I.
The Crown and O'Connellite Ireland --Legitimacy, authority and emancipation --Royalty and repeal --Part II. Victorian Values --Allegiance and illusion in the famine era --Loyalty and localism --Nationalist revival and royal responses --Part III.
This spectacular book offers the most authoritative account of the British monarchy ever published for the general reader.
With over illustrations--a third of them in color--it traces the crown's full history from Anglo-Saxon times to the present.4/5.
The monarchy has remained important in British public life long after monarchs ceased, in the early nineteenth century, to govern as well as to reign, and popular legitimacy came to be founded on representation, not the immutability of a sacred hierarchy.
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