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Wars and Conflict - The Plantation of Ulster

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Listen to eight academics reflecting on aspects of Gaelic Ireland and the Plantation of Ulster.
 

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Dr. Raymond Gillespie,
Lecturer in History, National University of Ireland, Maynooth

"The Plantation modernised Ulster society"

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"The Plantation created a regional society in Ulster"

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"Protestants regarded the Pope as the anti-Christ"

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Dr. Hiram Morgan,
History Lecturer, University College Cork

"The Gaelic lords had to mortgage their lands"

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"The English colonisers wanted to Protestantise Ireland"

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"Hugh O’Neill was once loyal to the Crown"

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Nicholas Canny, Professor of History, National University of Ireland, Galway

"Hugh O’Neill felt his life was in danger"

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"There were no colonial voices of dissent"

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"Hugh O’Neill was oppressive and tyrannical"

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Dr. John McCavitt,
School Teacher, Abbey Grammar School, Newry

"The Plantation provoked the 1641 Rebellion"

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"Sir Cahir O’Doherty’s rebellion shocked James I"

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"The Crown’s PR exercise nearly backfired"

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