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What have the Irish ever done for us?

What have the Irish ever done for us?
This book covers a wide range of topics including how the Irish built New York, why a Cork woman was awarded Israel s highest honour and how the Irish helped create the modern-day horror boom.
Our Price: €14.99
ISBN/EAN9781782189046
Stock: -2
Publisher: Columba Press
Pub. Date: February 15 2019
Author: FORSYTHE, DAVID
Format: Paperback
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For centuries, the Irish have had an impact on the world far beyond what you would expect for a tiny nation on the edge of Europe. In What have the Irish ever done for us? we learn how the Irish have revolutionised global agriculture, brought water to Los Angeles, split the atom, invented the submarine and the tank, created drinking chocolate, and many more fascinating stories!
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