The Army and the Curragh Incident, 1914.

BECKETT, Ian F.W. editor.:

Editorial: London Bodley Head for the Army Records Soc, 1986
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Título: The Army and the Curragh Incident, 1914.
Editorial: London Bodley Head for the Army Records Soc
Año de publicación: 1986


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Descripción The Bodley Head, 1986. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good+. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Very Good. used hardcover with dust jacket. dj covers lightly scuffed, no tears, not price-clipped, now in mylar cover. mild wear, front inner hinge mildly split with stitching exposed yet block and binding remain solid, PO bookplate affixed to ffep, no marks to text, boards lightly scuffed but clean, page edges lightly scuffed with moderate toning to top and side edges.; Army Records Society; 8.60 X 5.60 X 1.50 inches; 448 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 115027

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Descripción Published by the Bodley Head for the Army Records Society, London, 1986. Original Boards. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: very good. First edition. 456 pages. With frontispiece. Dustjacket. Former owner's name on front free endpaper. Some annotations in pencil on front free endpaper. Slight wear to spine, covers, corners & dustjacket. The Army and the Curragh Incident The events at the Curragh Camp near Dublin on 20/21 March 1914, and the drama continued in London over the following nine days, have a special significance in British military history. The outline of the story is well enough known: Brig.-General Hubert Gough and fellow-officers in the 3rd Cavalry Brigade threatened to resign rather than implement what seemed to them a policy of coercing Ulster into accepting Irish Home Rule; Gough secured a written guarantee from J. E. B. Seely, Secretary of State for War, that the army would not be so employed; Asquith’s Liberal cabinet, however, repudiated the guarantee, which led Seely to resign, along with the Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field Marshal Sir John French and the Adjutant General Lt-General Sir John Spencer Ewart. Although sometimes erroneously referred to as a ‘Mutiny’, the Curragh Incident does remain one of the very few occasions in modern times when the army asserted itself in face of the civil power in peacetime.Two previous books in particular have investigated the Curragh Incident, which has also been discussed in the context of Irish Home Rule and of the leading participants, but none of these accounts has benefited from all surviving primary sources—this is the first time access has been granted to certain key archives. The Incident has hitherto generally been seen in terms either of a Liberal plot to coerce Ulster or of a military plot to thwart the democratic process. By emphasising the wider impact of the Incident on the army, this selection of original documents illuminates a number of aspects that have gone unremarked. The army’s increasing concern that it might be drawn into civil war in Ulster is illustrated, and the accepted version of events in Ireland and London is shown in a new light.New evidence shows the impact of the Curragh Incident on the army outside Ireland, and on the Royal Navy’s attitude. The common assumption that Asquith’s assuming the office of Secretary of State for War on 31 March 1914 closed the Incident is shown here to be false—the morale of the army and the officer corps continued to be affected by the Incident and its aftermath right up to the outbreak of the Great War.The Army and the Curragh Incident throws important new light both on British military history and on the ever present Irish ‘problem’.Dr Ian F. W. Beckett holds degrees from the University of Lancaster and King’s College, London. He is author of a number of books in the field of military studies, and is currently Senior Lecturer in War Studies at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Irish History & Topography; Military History; Modern & Contemporary History (1789-); British History & Topography; ISBN: 9780370307381. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 0019605. Nº de ref. de la librería 0019605

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Descripción The Bodley Head for the Army R, 1986. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. Good condition, some are ex-library and can have markings. Nº de ref. de la librería GD-227-08-1284301

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Descripción Bodley Head / Army Records Society, London, 1986, UK first edition., .xii, 456 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, VG/VG condition, ,hard cover in dust jacket, notes, appendices, bibliog., index.---------------------------The events at the Curragh Camp near Dublin on 20/21 March 1914, and the drama continued in London over the following nine days, have a special significance in British military history. The outline of the story is well enough known: Brig.-General Hubert Gough and fellow-officers in the 3rd Cavalry Brigade threatened to resign rather than implement what seemed to them a policy of coercing Ulster into accepting Irish Home Rule ; Gough secured a written guarantee from J.E.B. Seely, Secretary of State for War, that the army would not be so employed; Asquith's Liberal cabinet, however, repudiated the guarantee, which led Seely to resign, along with the Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field Marshal Sir John French and the Adjutant General Lt. General Sir John Spencer Ewart. -------------------------------------------Although sometimes erroneously referred to as a 'Mutiny', the Curragh Incident does remain one of the very few occasions in modern times when the army asserted itself in face of the civil power in peace time. The Incident has hitherto generally been seen in terms either of a Liberal plot to coerce Ulster or of a military plot to thwart the democratic process. By emphasizing the wider impact of the Incident on the army, this selection of original documents illuminates a number of aspects that have gone un-remarked. The army's increasing concern that it might be drawn into civil war in Ulster is illustrated, and the accepted version of events in Ireland and London is shown in a new light. New evidence shows the impact of the Curragh Incident on the army outside Ireland, and on the Royal Navy's attitude. The common assumption that Asquith's assuming the office of Secretary of State for War on 31 March 1914 closed the Incident is shown here to be false - the morale of the army and the officer corps continued to be affected by the Incident and its aftermath right up to the outbreak of the Great War. Nº de ref. de la librería 38980

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Descripción Bodley Head / Army Records Society, London, 1986, first edition., 1986. 456 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0370307380 "The events at the Curragh Camp near Dublin on 20/21 March 1914, and the drama continued in London over the following nine days, have a special significance in British military his tory. The outline of the story is well enough known: Brig.-General Hubert Gough and fellow-officers in the 3rd Cavalry Brigade threatened to resign rather than implement what seemed to them a policy of coercing Ulster into accepting Irish H o m e R u l e ; Gough secured a written guarantee from J.E.B. Seely, Secretary of State for War, that the army would not be so employed; Asquith's Liberal cabinet, however, repudiated the guarantee, which led Seely to resign, along with the Chie f o f th e I mp er ia l General Staff Field Marshal Sir John French and the Adjutant General Lt-General Sir John Spencer Ewart. Although sometimes erroneously referred to as a 'Mutiny', the Curragh Incident does remain one of the very few occasion s in mo der n ti mes wh en th e army asserted itself in face of the civil power in peacetime.The Incident has hitherto generally been seen in terms either of a Liberal plot to coerce Ulster or of a military plot to thwart the democratic process. By emp hasi si ng the wide r i mpa ct of the Incident on the army, this selection of original documents illuminates a number of aspects that have gone unremarked. The army's increasing concern that it might be drawn into civil war in Ulster is ill u str ated , and th e a ccep ted v ersi on o f events in Ireland and London is shown in a new light. New evidence shows the impact of the Curragh Incident on the army outside Ireland, and on the Royal Navy's attitude. The common assumption that A sq uith 's as suming the off ice o f Secr etary of S tate for War on 31 March 1914 closed the Incident is shown here to be false - the morale of the army and the officer corps continued to be affected by the Incident and its aftermath right up to th e out break of the Great War. (Thi s book) throw s impo rtant new light both on British militay history and the ever present Irish 'problem'." Previous owner's small stamp on front pastedown, very light browning to pages, tiny stain on fron t hi nge, b ump to top of spine and r ear hin ge area, two ti ny ligh t marks on rear board, light browning to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has small color surface paper loss (scuff) with tiny perforation and heavy creasing at top of rear hi nge/s pine ar ea - mi nor edge wrinkl ing els ewhere, minor rub bing. V ery Good -/Very Good-. Nº de ref. de la librería 18617

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