Northern Ireland GCSE coursework, Question 1.
The former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George was desperate to find an end to the Irish conflict. He therefore imposed the 'partition' in 1922. Ulster was split into six counties: Fermanagh, Tyrone, Armagh, Down, Antrim and Londonderry now officially called Northern Ireland.
As you can see from the map above the Catholics were the minority in Northern Ireland. Because they were a minority, this left them disadvantaged. They were poorer, less educated left out of high ranked positions leaving them with a bad way of life.
Segregation was a key concept in the employment of Catholics…
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