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- History of the United Kingdom : An account of some of the happenings that have contributed to the creation of the country that is now known as the United Kingdom, or informally, Britain.
- Conn Cétchathach : Legendary prehistoric Irish king, said to be the ancestor of many important medieval dynasties.
- Connachta : A group of early Irish dynasties who gave their name to the province of Connacht.
- Connacht : Western province of Ireland.
- Cormac mac Airt : Legendary prehistoric Irish king famed for his just judgements, counted as an ancestor of many medieval dynasties.
- History : Study of past human events based on evidence such as written documents.
- Ireland (state) : Republic (population c. 4.2 million; capital Dublin) comprising about 85% of the Atlantic island of Ireland, west of Great Britain.
- Irish Famine : "The failure of the potato crop from 1845-1852 in Ireland, which, coupled with food exports, led to mass starvation and emigration."
- Irish Land League : Add brief definition or description
- Kingdom of Oriel : An ancient kingdom situated in southern and central Ulster.
- Labraid Loingsech : Legendary prehistoric Irish king, considered the ancestor of the Laigin of Leinster.
- Michael Collins : Irish revolutionary leader who led negotiations at the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Lead the pro-treaty side during the Irish Civil War.
- Potato : Herbaceous perennial (Solanum tuberosum), the world's fourth main food crop, widely cultivated for its starchy edible tubers.
- The Troubles (Ireland) : A period of violent political conflict concerning Northern Ireland, largely within that region.
- Ulaid : A people of prehistoric and early historical Ireland, who gave their name to the province of Ulster.
- Ulster Unionism : Ideology that favours the maintenance or strengthening of the political and cultural ties between Ireland and Great Britain.
- Éamon de Valera : (1882-1975) One of the leading figures in the Irish War of Independence and the Irish Civil War.