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Ireland and the war

Redmond, John Edward

Ireland and the war

speeches delivered ... at Dublin and Kilkenny on September 25th and October 18th, 1914.

by Redmond, John Edward

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Written in English

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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Ireland

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    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16228239M


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Sean O'Faolain, Kate O'Brien, Elizabeth Bowen, Flann O'Brien and Louis MacNeice are a handful of writers whose stories, letters, and diaries illuminate this small country as it suffered rationing, censorship Cited by:   This book explores the impact, both immediate and in its longer historical perspective, of the First World War upon Ireland across the broadest range of experience - nationalist, unionist, Catholic, Protestant - and in civilian social, economic and cultural terms, as well as purely military.

Underscoring the work is a belief that the Great War is the single most. Ireland's Memorial Record: World War 1:index, ($). Ireland, Memorial Record: World War I,index, images available on FindMyPast.

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