By J. R. Hill
This quantity within the New historical past of eire, covers a interval of significant importance in Ireland's historical past. It outlines the department of eire and the eventual institution of the Irish Republic. This paintings presents finished assurance of political advancements, north and south, in addition to providing chapters at the financial system, literature in English and Irish, the Irish language, the visible arts, emigration and immigration, and the heritage of girls. The twenty-five members to this quantity, all experts of their box, give you the so much finished remedy of those advancements of any single-volume survey of twentieth-century Ireland.
Series: New heritage of eire (Book 7)
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