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Introduction: Making History?

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Abstract

On 1 September 1994, the complete cessation of violence in the North of Ireland announced by the Provisional IRA came into effect. It was followed shortly afterwards by parallel announcements from other paramilitaries on both sides of the religious divide. With these events, 25 years of more-or-less continuous conflict were broken, and the hopes of finding a lasting peace greatly intensified in both communities.

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Woman Writer Aesthetic Criticism Poetic Form Modem World Royal Ulster Constabulary 
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Notes

  1. 5.
    Jonathan Bardon, A History of Ulster (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1992), pp. 662–90.Google Scholar
  2. 16.
    Padraic Fallon, Collected Poems (Manchester/Loughcrew: Carcanet/Gallery Press, 1990), p. 16.Google Scholar

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