At the conclusion of the Irish War of Independence, the Anglo-Irish Treaty established the Irish Free State on 6 December 1922 as a self-governing dominion within the British Commonwealth.[note 2] It gained increasing sovereignty through the Statute of Westminster and the abdication crisis of 1936.[note 3] A new constitution introduced in 1937 declared it an entirely sovereign state named Ireland. The last formal link with the United Kingdom was severed in 1949 when the Oireachtas (national parliament) passed the Republic of Ireland Act, which proclaimed Ireland a republic by discarding the remaining duties of the monarch. Ireland seceded from the British Commonwealth, having discontinued attending meetings in 1937. Britain officially recognised the new republic through the Ireland Act 1949.
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