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The Rise and Fall of the Dáil Courts 1921-2 | Castletymon Library

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Join us for an online talk delivered from Castletymon Library

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During the War of Independence, across much of the country, the British system of justice was replaced entirely and largely peacefully, for a time, with Irish Republican courts, before they were suppressed by force. Join historian John Dorney to learn more about the Dáil Courts and to discover why, in the post-Truce period, they did not become the basis for an Irish judicial system, removed entirely from its British predecessors.

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