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by John E. Moore,Aidan McIvor

eBook A History of the Irish Naval Service download ISBN: 0716534185
Author: John E. Moore,Aidan McIvor
Publisher: Irish Academic Press (January 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Aidan McIvor, John E. Moore (Foreword).

Aidan McIvor, John E. This book chronicles the important role of Ireland's seabourne military forces in the Civil War and in the Emergency and explains the rebirth of the Irish Naval Service in the past two decades. Ever since the Boreal Seas rose sufficiently to form the islands of Ireland and Britain some 8000 years ago, both have been dependant on water transport for their being.

This book chronicles the important role of Ireland's seabourne military forces in the Civil War and in the Emergency and explains the rebirth of the Irish Naval Service in the past two decades. Their history has been formed by the sea from the days of the later Stone Age cultures to the present

The Anglo-Irish treaty of 1922 stipulated that Ireland would be given responsibility to police its customs and fishing, while the United Kingdom would remain in control of Irish waters.

The Anglo-Irish treaty of 1922 stipulated that Ireland would be given responsibility to police its customs and fishing, while the United Kingdom would remain in control of Irish waters. In 1923 The Irish Coastal and marine service was created, yet merely one year later it was disbanded. The CMS ship Muirchú continued patrol of Irish fisheries. Muirchu was later armed in 1936. In 1938 the United Kingdom handed over three treaty ports (Cork Harbour, Bere Haven and Lough Swilly).

A History of the Irish Naval Service

A History of the Irish Naval Service. Ballsbridge, Ireland, and Portland, Or. Irish Academic Press, 1994. The book properly focuses on the modem-day Naval Service, which began its life in 1946, when the government decided not to disband the wartime Marine Service but to make it an element of the Permanent Defence Forces. Who remembers that the inventor of the first operational submarine, John Holland, was from County Clare? This chapter puts the Irish people in their proper context as an island nation.

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Acknowledgements This book arose partly as a response to the lack of suitable teaching materials for a course on the history of. .

Acknowledgements This book arose partly as a response to the lack of suitable teaching materials for a course on the history of Irish which I have been teaching for the last five years. For this reason, several groups of students have unwittingly provided me with feedback on various parts of the book which began as lecture material. I would like to acknowledge their collective assistance. Thus, as the narrative progresses, I will have more and more occasion to refer to the rise of English.

This book explains the rebirth of the Irish Naval Service in the late twentieth century. It is the tale of the maritime country which has consistently turned her back to the sea unless unusual events have caused a temporary change of heart. ISBN13: 9780716525233. Release Date: January 1994.

Their history has been formed by the sea from the days of the later Stone Age cultures to the present. In this century there have been so many changes to the approach of the Irish to the sea that Aidan McIvor's book is both timely and necessary. Much has been written about the manifold problems of Ireland and many books deal with her extraordinary history. But this is a book in a different category

This book chronicles the important role of Ireland's seabourne military forces in the Civil War and in the Emergency and explains the rebirth of the Irish Naval Service in the past two decades. Ever since the Boreal Seas rose sufficiently to form the islands of Ireland and Britain some 8000 years ago, both have been dependant on water transport for their being. Their history has been formed by the sea from the days of the later Stone Age cultures to the present. In this century there have been so many changes to the approach of the Irish to the sea that Aidan McIvor's book is both timely and necessary. Much has been written about the manifold problems of Ireland and many books deal with her extraordinary history. But this is a book in a different category. Based on a great deal of research, it is the tale of the maritime country which, since the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921, has consistently turned her back to the sea unless unusual events have caused a temporary change of heart.