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In 1919, the Irish Republican Army committed to a war against the British army. This war resulted from a strong Irish independance willpower.
In 1921, the Anglo-Irish treaty signed the end of this war.
We could become friends!
But a part of population, the irregulars, wanted a free, independent state. They were opposed to the treaty.
The war restart. It opposed the Free States Soldiers against the Irish Republican Army (irregulars).
I don't want to be subjected to England!
In June 1922, the Free States Soldiers decided to bombard the four courts of Dublin because irregulars were in it.
But IRA was not discouraged. During 1923, the Free States Soldiers was weakened and the war was won by the irregulars.There were several thousand deaths during this war.
Oh, it was hard but we did it...