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. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 6. Part 2. P. 134-140.
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EVENTS OF THE 1920S IN IRELAND: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Mel'nikova Svetlana Viktorovna
Komsomol'sk-on-Amur


Abstract. The author considers historiographical approaches to the interpretation of the events of 1916-1925 in Ireland, concludes that the events in the South and North of Ireland of the 1920s developed within the single process, and only their integral analysis can reveal the true reasons of Ireland separation, and substantiates that Irish revolution represented the conflict of different competing subcultures, which was based on the desire of various Irish bourgeoisie strata to undermine the British Empire aristocratic- oligarchical circles monopoly to power.
Key words and phrases: Ирландская революция (1916-1925), Гражданская война в Ирландии (1922-1923), Ирландская республиканская армия (ИРА), разделение Ирландии, "экспорт" революции, субкультура, Irish revolution (1916-1925), Civil War in Ireland (1922-1923), Irish Republican Army, Ireland separation, revolution "export", subculture.
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