Account for Changes in British Policy Towards Ireland Between 1914 and 1922. Why Did These Changes Fail to Satisfy the People of Ireland?
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Britain's policies towards Ireland between 1914 and 1922 have gone through much change and continuity. Most of the Policies and attitudes the British Government either had or did not have at the time caused much conflict within Ireland and its citizens and against England.
The Primary cause of this conflict was the Home Rule situation, both the Catholics and the Protestants generally agreed that Ulster should be separated from a self governing Ireland. The problem for the British Prime Minister, Asquith, as well as the leading Catholic and Protestant figures Redmond and Carson, was how to…
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