Friday, October 17, 2008

Week Two Reading

Topic: Irish Foreign Policy 1932-1948

Department of External Affairs Memo on Spanish Civil War, 11/11/1936
(SOURCE: Crowe, Fanning, Kennedy, Keogh and O’Halpin (editors): Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, Volume 4: 1932-1936 (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2004), pp. 504-6)


Dermot Keogh, Twentieth Century Ireland, chapters 2 and 3
JJ Lee, Ireland 1912-1985, chapter 3
Lyons, Ireland since the Famine, Part 4A, chapter 2
Ferriter, Transformation of Ireland, chapter 5
Hoppen, Ireland since 1800, pp. 197-205, 240-9
Jackson, Ireland 1798-1998, pp. 288-308


Dermot Keogh, Ireland and Europe 1919-1989 (Cork, 1990)
Dermot Keogh and Mervyn O’Driscoll (editors), Ireland in World War Two (Cork, 2005)
Brian Girvin and Geoff Roberts (editors): Ireland and the Second World War (Cork, 2000)
Donal O Drisceoil, Censorship in Ireland 1939-1945: Neutrality, Politics and Society (Cork, 1996)
Fearghal McGarry: Irish Politcs and the Spanish Civil War (Cork, 1999)
Robert Fisk: In Time of War (London, 1983)
D Ferriter: Judging Dev (Dublin, 2007)
Brian Girvin: The Emergency: Neutral Ireland 1939-1945 (Dublin, 2005)
Trevor Salmon: Unneutral Ireland (Oxford, 1989)
Ferriter: What If? (Dublin, 2004), chapter 8

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