This book examines the Irish government’s reinvention of Easter 1916 through the official golden jubilee celebrations in 1966. Unofficial commemorations in Northern Ireland are also examined. Also analyzes the golden jubilee of the Rising from a political perspective and from the perspectives of drama, performance, youth culture and history.
Subjects: History, Political Science
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