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Question 1: The new Republic could not and in any event did not wish to remain in the Commonwealth and it chose not to join ________ when it was founded in 1949.
Central Intelligence AgencyAfghanistanNATONon-Aligned Movement

Question 2: Meanwhile in Ireland, nationalists won the overwhelming majority of the seats in the 1918 (United Kingdom) parliamentary election and declared unilaterally an independent (all-island) ________.
Irish general election, 1918Éamon de ValeraIrish RepublicIrish Free State

Question 3: The Earl of Cromer (________) was received in audience by The King this evening and presented an Address from the Houses of Parliament of Northern Ireland, to which His Majesty was graciously pleased to make reply."
Henry Carey, 1st Baron HunsdonLord ChamberlainFrederick Spencer, 4th Earl SpencerEdward Bond

Question 4: In 1966 the Taoiseach Seán Lemass visited ________ in secrecy, leading to a return visit to Dublin by Terence O'Neill; it had taken four decades to achieve such a simple meeting.
Northern IrelandUnited KingdomIrish peopleScotland

Question 5: When in 1910 the Irish Party again held the balance of power in the Commons, ________ introduced a Third Home Rule Bill in 1912.
Robert PeelWinston ChurchillJames CallaghanH. H. Asquith

Question 6: ________
Republic of Ireland – United Kingdom borderCounty DonegalThe TroublesPartition of Ireland

Question 7: Nationalists also established a number of anti-partition groups campaigning against the border, starting with De Valera's National League of the North (1928) which was renamed the Irish Union Association and then the ________ in 1938.
League for a Workers RepublicIrish Independence PartyIrish Anti-Partition LeagueDemocratic Left (Ireland)

Question 8: [22] Lough Foyle lies between County Londonderry in Northern Ireland and ________ in the then Irish Free State.
LetterkennyLiffordCounty DonegalBallyshannon

Question 9: In the event, the commission's decision was made for it by the inter-governmental agreement of 3 December 1925 that was published later that day by ________.
Harold MacmillanStanley BaldwinBonar LawWinston Churchill

Question 10: ________ the following letter dated 20 March 1922:[17 ]
Michael Collins (Irish leader)Arthur GriffithÉamon de ValeraSeán Lemass


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