2 edition of Restoration of order in Ireland act, 1920. found in the catalog.
Restoration of order in Ireland act, 1920.
Great Britain. Committee on Restoration of order in Ireland act, 1920.
G.J. Talbot, chairman.
|Series||[Parliament. Papers by command], Cmd. 2278|
|Contributions||Talbot, George John, 1861-1938.|
|LC Classifications||DA962 .A5 1920|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||25001942|
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In effect a special extension of the Defence of the Realm Acts, the Act's aim was to increase convictions of nationalist rebels Territorial extent: Ireland. The Restoration of Order in Ireland Act was in effect a special extension of the Defence of the Realm Act to address the collapse of the British civilian administration during the Irish War of aim was to increase convictions of nationalist rebels while averting the need to declare martial law.
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