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Justin Dolan Stover

20th November 2022 · Soft Jacket w/Flaps

The Irish Revolution inflicted unprecedented damage to built-up and natural landscapes between 1916 and 1923. Destruction transcended national and ideological divisions and remained...

Sonja Tiernan

7th November 2022 · Soft Jacket w/Flaps

Irish Women's Speeches (Vol. II): A Rich Chorus of Voices follows on from the ground-breaking, best-selling Voices that Rocked the System. Related to...

Emmet O'Connor

30th September 2022 · Paperback / Softback

James 'Dongaree' Baird, a boilermaker in Harland and Wolff's shipyard, was one of hundreds of 'rotten Prods', and thousands of Catholics, driven from...

Sonja Tiernan

21st November 2021 · Paperback / softback

Thirty-three inspiring speeches by women of Ireland from the nineteenth century to the present....

Deryck Fay

21st Oct 2021 · Paperback

Connecting the past to the present, Connecting a Nation offers an insider's perspective on how the decisions of the past continue to shape...

Emmanuel Destenay

1st April 2021 · Paperback / softback

Approximately 150,000 Irish officers and men joined the British Army during the First World War. What happened to them when they returned home?...

Barry McLoughlin

01 November 2020 · Paperback

In the late 1930s, the Spanish Civil War was both a cause clbre and a true international flashpoint, garnering support from thousands from...

Jim Smyth

28th February 2020 · Paperback / softback

The story of the life of Henry Joy McCracken is fused with the history and environs of eighteenth-century Belfast....

Mary Mcauliffe

28th February 2020 · Paperback / softback

Margaret Skinnider enters and exits the history books as the female rebel who was wounded commanding a military action in the 1916 Rising....

Margaret Ward

15th July 2019 · Paperback / softback

This full-length biographical study of one of the most important women in Irish political life in the 20th century is now reissued by...

Leeann Lane

30th June 2019 · Paperback / softback

Dorothy Macardle is best known as the author of The Irish Republic (1937), and novels The Uninvited (1942) and The Unforeseen (1946). This...

Liam Mac Mathuna

30th June 2019 · Hardback

This collection of journal and diary entries, now published for the first time as a bilingual edition (Irish and English), is a compelling...

Trish Ferguson

15th April 2019 · Paperback / softback

Maud Gonne has long been viewed merely as a contemporary of more prominent literary, political and legal figures who played a role in...

Emer Crooke

11th November 2018 · Hardback

In post-independence Ireland, the country house was not regarded as an integral part of the national heritage. Despite this, the relationship between the...

Fergus O'Farrell

9th September 2018 · Paperback / softback

Using new archival material from the Bureau of Military History, Fergus O'Farrell documents Brugha's career as a revolutionary. This closely-researched work examines Brugha's...

Margaret Ward

9th September 2017 · Hardback

This book provides the reader with an indispensable source for understanding the personalities and the issues behind the long march for women's equality...

Tina O'Toole

20th November 2016 · Paperback / softback

Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War: Ireland 1880-1922 many...

Miriam Nyhan Grey

11th November 2016 · Hardback

A unique study of America's role in Ireland's 1916 revolutionary period. Contributors are historians from both sides of the Atlantic, giving the volume...