County Louth and the Irish Revolution, 1912-1923 Paperback – 10 Apr 2017
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[...] this book still contains some very interesting contributions to the formative decade in twentieth century Irish history. --John Dorney, The Irish Story
[...] captures, for the first time ever, the history of County Louth during the revolutionary period. --Anne Campbell, The Irish Independent
About the Author
Martin Maguire works in the department of Humanities at Dundalk IT where he is Senior Lecturer and Director of the BA (Hons) Digital Humanities. He is the author of 'Shaking the blood-stained hand of Mr Collins': The Civil Service and the Revolution in Ireland, 1912-38 and Servants to the People: A History of The Local Government & Public Service Union: 1900-1992 Donal Hall has written and lectured extensively on the Great War and the revolutionary period in Co Louth; he is the author of World War One and Nationalist politics in Co Louth 1914-1920, 'The unreturned army': County Louth Dead in the Great War and The Louth Rifles 1877-1908.
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