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Double Traitors? The Belfast Volunteers and Yeomen 1778-1828

Double Traitors? The Belfast Volunteers and Yeomen 1778-1828

Dr. Allan Blackstock

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Dr. Allan Blackstock, as the major historian of the yeomanry, is particularly well equipped to chart the uncertainties of this critical contest, the outcome of which helped determine the fate of the United Irish rebellion in 1798.

In the 1790'€™s a crucial battle for the mantle of the original Irish Volunteer movement of 1778-1784 was waged between the government and the United Irishmen.

This was to decide which would be the dominant political and military force in Ulster. In Belfast the struggle was at its sharpest as the radicals held the initiative at first. When the yeomanry were formed in 1796-7 the United Irishmen had to decide whether to seek to take over that body of men, or to turn out independently in rebellion. Published before end of December 2000.

In Double Traitors? The Belfast Volunteers and Yeoman, 1778-1828, Allan Blackstock as the major historian of the yeomanry, is particularly well equipped to chart the uncertainties of this critical contest, the outcome of which helped determine the fate of the United Irish rebellion in 1798.

Published before end of December 2000.

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Author Dr. Allan Blackstock
Publisher Ulster Historical Foundation
Publication date 27 Dec 2000
Format Paperback with flaps
ISBN/EAN 9780953960415

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