The Truce in national and international press
Published on 23rd July 2021
In this recorded online lecture, Historian in Residence Mary Muldowney looks at the different perspectives adopted north and south of the newly created Border, and at how the varying editorial viewpoints were replicated in newspapers in Britain, America, and beyond.
The Truce was widely covered by reporting and analysis Irish, English and American newspapers, in the days following the announcement of the cessation of conflict in July 1921. "England's interests are not Orange interests".