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Question 1: Negotiations on an ________ took place in late 1921 in London.
Northern IrelandAnglo-Irish TreatyIrelandIrish Free State

Question 2: In addition, the methods of the IRA were to some extent inspired by the traditions of militant agrarian Irish secret societies like the Defenders, the Ribbonmen and the supporters of the ________.
Beit SahourIrish National Land LeaguePierre PoujadePoll Tax Riots

Question 3:
Where are the headquarters of Irish Republican Army?

Question 4: When the ________ Terence MacSwiney lay dying on hunger strike the King personally intervened to try to get MacSwiney's release from jail.
Deirdre CluneLord Mayor of CorkAnthony BarryMicheál Martin

Question 5: The IRA was also involved in the destruction of many stately homes in ________.
Cork (city)IrelandLimerickMunster

Question 6: The Irish delegation was led by ________ and Michael Collins.
Arthur GriffithÉamon de ValeraSeán LemassW. T. Cosgrave

Question 7: On 28 March, the (anti-Treaty) IRA Executive issued statement stating that Minister of Defence (________) and the Chief-of-Staff (Eoin O'Duffy) no longer exercised any control over the IRA.
Michael Hayes (politician)Richard MulcahyPádraic Ó MáillePatrick Baxter

Question 8: Thereafter, the IRA waged a guerrilla campaign against British rule in Ireland in the 1919-21 ________.
Irish Republican ArmyIrish War of IndependenceRepublic of IrelandTimeline of the Irish War of Independence

Question 9: Whereas MacNeill intended to use force only to resist the imposition of ________ on Ireland,[citation needed] the IRB men intended to launch an armed rebellion in pursuit of Irish independence.
United StatesMilitary serviceConscientious objectorConscription

Question 10: This led to the formation of unionist and nationalist armed militias, respectively, the Ulster Volunteer Force and the ________.
Irish nationalismIrish VolunteersEaster RisingHome Rule Act 1914

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