during 2012 the average recorded temperature for the republic of ireland was 17 degrees celsius
The Republic of Ireland was neutral during World War 2. However, they were still affected by food shortages, particularly imported food.
The majority in the Republic of Ireland is Roman Catholic; in Northern Ireland, various Protestant sects. This is why Ireland is partitioned.
Yes there are. A lot were destroyed in the 1920s during the civil war.
There was rationing in both jurisdictions. Rationing in the Republic was less severe however and ended before rationing in the North ended.
There were American and British air bases in Northern Ireland and Scotland during the war, but not in the Republic of Ireland. The Republic of Ireland was a neutral country, so it was not involved in the war directly so its army had no involvment. Some Irish citizens fought with the British army.
No, Ireland was part of of the United Kingdom at this time although there was big Independence movement. *edit* There were two Irelands during World War Two. The Free State of Ireland (south, now the Republic of Ireland) and Northern Ireland, still under British rule.
Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, and republic of Ireland
Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and Republic of Ireland.
The troubles were almost exclusively confined to Northern Ireland, so it didn't really need to spread to the Republic of Ireland as such. During the course of the troubles there were incidents in the Republic of Ireland and in Britain, but the centre of the problem lay in Northern Ireland. Once the peace process was established there, things improved. The Irish and British governments were part of the peace process insofar as they helped the parties in Northern Ireland to work together and gave them support in many other ways.
spain, portigal, republic of ireland, switzerland, sweden
In Europe, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, and the Republic of Ireland.