Anzacs and Ireland will fill a gap in the literature by examining and reflecting on the relationship between Australians and Ireland during the First World War and the ways in which the First World War has been commemorated - and sometimes neglected - in Australia and Ireland. It is written in a clear, readable style. Dr John Connor, Senior Historian, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia
About the Author
Jeff Kildea is a practicing barrister who also teaches part-time in Irish Studies within the School of History at UNSW. He completed his PhD, which was later published as Tearing the Fabric: Sectarianism in Australia 1910-1925, at UNSW in 2001. He is also the editor of the Thomson loose leaf service on Land & Environment Court Law & Practice.