June 15, 2020
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Time line- Ireland and Northern Ireland
⟶ Updated 17 Nov 2017 ⟶
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In the 1600s, the English sendt settlers from England and Scotland to Ulster, the Northern region of Ireland. This is known as the ``plantation``
After the battle of Boyne in 1690, the Protestant understanding was further strengtened when the Protestant William of Orange beat the Catholic James II
In 1649 Oliver Cromwell invades Ireland because of the anger towards the Irish and their fiercing resistance.
In 1916 the the Irish army revolted to put an end to Britsh rule at the Easter Rising
The 30 of january 1972 was the Bloody Sunday occurred. It was ment to be a peacfull demonstration in Londonberry against the Catoholics, but it endend in 26 sivillians which was killed and injured by the British Army
Good Friday agreement
The Good Friday agreement is seen as one of former britsh prime minister Tony Blairs greatest achivements. They agreed that they would not use any types of weapons. This was agreed by The British, Irish and Nother Ireland.
Catholic King Henry II of England invaded Ireland, and all of Ireland became a part of the UK
In 1536 the English and Scots had turned to Protestantisme, and the new settlers were ``planted``to control nad convert the Irish Catholics to Protestants.
The War of independence from 1919-1921 ended in the partition of Ireland in 1922
From the year 1967 was a period containing of 26 countries in the south which made up the Irish Free State, whereas the six counties in the northern part had to remain in the union, much to the dismay of the Catholics who constituted the minority. Fuelled by growing frustration over social and economic injustice and the ideas of civil rights movements around the world, the anger and distress culminated in the Troubles. This period lasted all the way to Good Friday agreement in 1998
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