Ireland Map (Travel Reference Map)

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As Rome withdrew its legions from Britain, Germanic peoples—the Anglo-Saxons and the Jutes—began raids that turned into great waves of invasion and settlement in the later 5th cent. On the other side were Northern Ireland’s Catholics, a minority which for decades had endured political and economic marginalisation. The League of Nations, in which Britain was a leader, declined rapidly by failing to take decisive action, and British prestige fell further because of a policy of nonintervention in the Spanish civil war.

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Publisher: ITMB Publishing; 1 edition (June 30, 1998)

ISBN: 0921463987

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