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The Troubles

Northern Ireland conflict
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Linay Meister

on 22 August 2013

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Transcript of The Troubles

The Victims
Our sources
school books about Ireland
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/troubles
http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/learning/history/stateapart/
http://www.spiegel.de/thema/nordirland_konflikt/http://www.sibilla-egen-schule.de/konflikt/nordirl/nordir.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Troubles
http://www.bpb.de/internationales/weltweit/innerstaatliche-konflikte/54664/nordirland
Thank you
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1990 - 1993
1994-1999
2000
2001-2006
2007-2013
1993
"Hume Adams Document" Abition to bring the peace process to an end

15th December:
Down Street Declaration
1992
secret contact between Albert Reynolds and the senior members of Sinn Féin
1990
secret contact between Northern Ireland and the IRA
1994
31st August:
IRA declared an absolute ceasefire
UDA and UVF give also ceasefire declarations

End of the year:
renewed discussions of the British government and Sinn Féin

1995
Withdrawal of British soldiers (in response to the cease of the underground organizations)
1996
9th February :
IRA ends the ceasefire with a bombing in the London Docklands
1997
16th May:
new Labour Government (British Prime Minister Tony Blair) takes talks with Sinn Féin
Condition IRA ceasefire

1998
10th April:
Good Friday Agreement
Conclusion of peace between Protestants and Catholics: The Good Friday Agreement ("Good Friday Agreement") provides for the creation of a regional parliament, a regional government, the release of prisoners and cooperation between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The IRA promises to surrender their weapons

22nd May:
71.2 percent of the population vote in a referendum on the Agreement.

25th June:
Elections to the regional parliament

15th August:
A group, called the "Real IRA", placed bombs in the town Omagh.
29 people died. 350 people are injured.

11th September:
First terrorists released from prison.

16th October:
The Protestant David Trimble of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) and the moderate Catholic nationalist John Hume receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

1999
29th November:
Pro-British Protestants and Catholics republican form a provincial government. Northern Ireland's first Prime Minister is David Trimble.

2nd December:
After 27 years of direct british rule is Northirland indepenent again.

2000
• still no peace in Ireland
• Suspension of the catholic side from Ireland
• IRA have to put their weapons down
• If not, David Trimble would resign.


future
2007
2009
7th to 8th March:
Two british soldiers died after an attack of the REAL IRA
Two other soldier and a civilian badly injured

2 days later a police officer shot by Continuity IRA
2011
2nd April:
car-bomb-attack in Omagh
a policeman died

21st and 22nd June:
great riot 700 mostly young violent people of both confessional group and the police
a police officer had been wounded

2012
26th July:
annunciation about the reestablishment of the IRA by many splitter groups
2013
4th January:
decree about hoisting the british flag at the town hall
bloody riot between loyalists and nationalists in Belfast
1991
1991 : After 15 Years of war
1889
First knowledge of the Empire
1889
8th May:
Coalition between Sinn Féin and DUP (Democratic Unionist Party)
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