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15-Jan-1920First Municipal Elections in the City under the Local Government (Ireland) Act 1919, (Proportional Representation). By this Act the City was divided into ten Electoral Areas. 
23-Feb-1920Owing to the disturbed state of the City persons within the Dublin Metropolitan Police District required to remain within doors. Between the hours 12 o'clock midnight-and 5 o'clock a.m. ; on the 30th June the hours were altered to 12 o'clock midnight and 3 o'clock a.m., and on the 23rd November to 10 o'clock p.m. and 5 o'clock a.m. 
29-Mar-1920Gen. Sir Nevil Macready appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. 
1-Apr-1920Sir Hamar Greenwood, bt., appointed Chief Secretary for Ireland. 
Dec-1920During the year numerous deaths of civilians and members of the Crown forces were caused by shootings in the city and suburbs. 
22-Dec-1920The Military Authorities took possession of the City Hall and other Municipal Offices. 
23-Dec-1920The Government of Ireland Bill received the Royal Assent. 
1-Apr-1921Curfew hours altered to altered from 8 p.m. till 5 a.m. 
1-Apr-1921Lord Edmund Talbot (Viscount FitzAlan) appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland on resignation of Viscount French. 
19-Apr-1921Government of Ireland Act came into operation. 

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