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The British Empire reached its greatest extent, covering a fifth of the world's land surface and a quarter of its population. [99] However, the UK had suffered 2.5 million casualties and finished the war with a huge national debt. [98] The rise of Irish Nationalism and disputes within Ireland over the terms of Irish Home Rule led eventually to the partition of the island in 1921. [100] The Irish Free State became independent with Dominion status in 1922.

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