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REBELLION, INVASION AND OCCUPATION: The British Army in Ireland, 1793-1815

REBELLION, INVASION AND OCCUPATION: The British Army in Ireland, 1793-1815
by Stack, Wayne

1-229120

Analyzes the British Army in Ireland during the period 1793 to 1815, which proved to be a critical era in British and Irish history. The consequences of the events and government policies of that time helped to determine the social and political divisions within Ireland for the following two centuries. Includes 15 b/w ills, 9 color illustrations, 8 pages of color plates, 1 figure, and 10 maps.

Discusses the influences, experiences, and reputations of the various elements that comprised the Irish military forces. The militia, yeomanry, fencible, and regular regiments are assessed in relation to their intended purpose within Britain's strategy. This work shows that Ireland became an important facet of the tactical and strategic thinking of both the French and British governments at this time, with Britain needing to defend the kingdom against any possible invasion to secure its own defense. This resulted in the British military occupation of a kingdom whose population had been polarized by civil rebellion, invasion, and renewed religious bigotry. A close examination of the military history of the kingdom during these crucial years provides a better understanding of how the Irish became, and remained, a socially and politically divided people, while being subjected to the political and military dominance of Britain.

1 vol, 202 pgs 2021 UK, HELION AND COMPANY
NEW-pb, available mid January 2022 ......$45.00 rct

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