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Facts and Figures of the Belfast Pogrom, 1920-22 (RE-PRINT)

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ISBN: 9781081404093
AuthorKENNA, G.B.
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey941.67
Publisher: Litter Press
Quick overview G.B. Kenna was the pseudonym of Fr John Hassan and Facts and Figures of the Belfast Pogrom 1920-1922 was his compilation of reports to the Provisional Irish government in Dublin on sectarian violence in Belfast during the Irish War of Independence, Truce period and the start of the Civil War. Originally published by O'Connell Publishers in 1922, only 18 copies were bound and distributed with the remainder seemingly withdrawn on the direction of Michael Collins just prior to Collins' death.
€18.00

This reprint reproduces the text as it appeared in the original. While the record of fatalities appears incomplete, the book provides a contemporary insight into the violence experienced in Belfast at the time.

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This reprint reproduces the text as it appeared in the original. While the record of fatalities appears incomplete, the book provides a contemporary insight into the violence experienced in Belfast at the time.

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