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The Irish Uprising, 1914-1921

Papers from the British Parliamentary Archive (Uncovered Editions)
  • 220 Pages
  • 3.54 MB
  • English
Stationery Office Books
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL7323873M
ISBN 100117024155
ISBN 139780117024151

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The author, Ian Rutledge, offers ‘a story of imperial arrogance and plunder, and the inevitable reaction that it generates’, writes William Eichler. Inthe Irish Times published the Rebellion Handbook.

It is based on a collection of articles that ran in the paper in Maywhich offer a detailed observation of the Easter Rising. These articles provide an official list of the casualties, names of prisoners, photographs, and important.

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