[BOOKS] ↠ Portrait of a Revolutionary: General Richard Mulcahy and the Founding of the Irish Free State Author Maryann Gialanella Valiulis – happypink.co.uk

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Richard Mulcahy was architect of the guerrilla war that forced the British to grant Dominion status to guerrilla war that forced the British to grant Dominion status to and the guiding spirit behind the civil war that ensured the survival of the new state In this illuminating portrait Maryann Valiulis uses Mulcahy s career as a focus for reexamining Ireland s transition from colony to nation state between and Contrary focus for reexamining Ireland s transition from colony to nation state "between and Contrary traditional interpretation she argues Mulcahy and General Headuarters " and Contrary traditional interpretation she argues Mulcahy and General Headuarters played a crucial role in setting ethical boundarie. R Mulcahy s irection GH became a focal point for guerilla war that the IRA may not have been ABLE TO WIN BUT THANKS TO MULCAHY AND GH to win but thanks to Mulcahy and GH not lose Mulcahy s life reveals much about the iversity of Irish nationalism the nature of the revolutionary struggle and the influence of colonialism He epitomized the political and cultural nationalist revolutionary struggle and the influence of colonialism He epitomized the political and cultural nationalist vision of a free and "INDEPENDENT IRELAND WAS A SYNTHESIS OF " Ireland was a synthesis of Gaelic and English constitutional and revolutionary modern and tradition.

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S for the guerrilla war ENSURING THAT THE WAR INDEPENDENCE DID NOT ensuring that the war of independence id not into wanton violence sectarian conflict or personal vengeance In the civil war Mulcahy was less successful In fact in an attempt to enforce standards and control the actions of the army he was led into his most controversial policy execution of prisoners Valiulis contends that within an atmosphere of terror and counter terror Mulcahy and GH kept the threads of the revolutionary struggle woven together Unde. Portrait of a Revolutionary: General Richard Mulcahy and the Founding of the Irish Free State