I am so at home in Dublin, more than any other city, that I feel it has always been familiar to me. It took me years to see through its soft charm to its bitter prickly kernel - which I quite like too.

Ireland 1912 - 1922

Who’s Who in the Dublin Rising 1916

This book lists those who made up the garrisons during Dublin's Easter Rising in 1916, and gives a short biography of them.

Truce

On 8 July 1921 a Truce between the IRA and British forces in Ireland was announced, to begin three days later. However, in those three days at least sixty people from both sides of the conflict were killed. In 'Truce', Pádraig Óg Ó Ruairc goes back to the facts to reveal what actually happened in those three bloody days, and why.

The Princeton History of Modern Ireland

Charts the pivotal events in the history of modern Ireland while providing perspectives on topics ranging from colonialism and nationalism to political violence, famine, emigration, and feminism. Takes readers from the Tudor conquest in the sixteenth century to the contemporary boom and bust of the Celtic Tiger, exploring key political developments as well as major social and cultural movements.

1916: The Rising Handbook

A handbook to the events and locations of the Easter 1916 Rising. This ‘1916 bible’ will be invaluable to anyone with an interest in recent Irish history who wants to separate the facts from the fiction.

Voices from the Easter Rising

An anthology of testimonies and first-hand accounts of how the Easter Rising of 1916 was experienced by people from all backgrounds, drawing from previously unpublished letters, diaries, memoirs, statements from the Bureau of Military History, and contemporary publications.

Kerry 1916: Histories and Legacies of the Easter Rising

Presents the definitive account of tumultuous events in Kerry in 1916, how they impacted on the Easter Rising in Dublin and the subsequent shaping of Irish history.

The end of the Irish Poor Law?

An examination of Irish Poor Law reform during the years of the Irish revolution and Irish Free State which moves beyond political history, and demonstrates that concepts of respectability, social class and gender are central dynamics in Irish society. The first major study of local welfare practices and exploration of policies, attitudes and the poor.

Peadar Clancy

Cormac O Comhrai and Stiofan O Comhrai

Roger Casement: The Black Diaries

In this revised and expanded second edition with more photographs, all Roger Casement's Black Diaries are published together, including the 1911 Diary over which London threatened an obscenity prosecution.

Guilty but Insane

A study of Captain J.C. Bowen-Colthurst, who having served with the British Army in the Boer War, in Tibet and in the Great War, returned to Ireland and was caught up in the 1916 rebellion when he was responsible for the deaths of six unarmed civilians, including the pacifist Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.

Modern Ireland and Revolution

Leading Irish and American historians and academics deliver critical essays that consider the life, writings and monumental influence of Ernie O’Malley, and the modern arts that influenced him. In this collection, art and revolution coincide, enriching every preconception of the minds that supported both sides of the Treaty, and revealing untoward truths about the Irish Free State’s process of remembrance.

The Adulterous Muse

Maud Gonne was the beautiful and charismatic inspiration of Yeats’s love poetry, a leading activist in the Irish republican movement and the founder of Inghinidhe na hÉireann (Daughters of Ireland). One hundred and fifty years after her birth, everyone still knows her face, but her life remains something of a mystery. This group biography pursues the story of Gonne's romances with Lucien Millevoye, W. B. Yeats, and John MacBride.

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