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Ordinary Women In Extraordinary Times

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ISBN: 9781916222717
AuthorShandon Area History Group
Pub Date01/08/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey941.95
Quick overview Re-printed December 2020. This book tells of the pivotal role played by ‘ordinary’ Cork women in the War of Independence, 1916-1923.
€10.00

Most of these women did not feature in recorded history, and their importance to Ireland’s struggle for Independence is only now being acknowledged.

“Few appreciate what Ireland owes to the women who stood their ground during the past few years, and no thanks that anyone can bestow upon them will be too great” – Michael Collins, speaking in Cork, March 1922

Written by the Shandon Area History Group, Cork.

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Most of these women did not feature in recorded history, and their importance to Ireland’s struggle for Independence is only now being acknowledged.

“Few appreciate what Ireland owes to the women who stood their ground during the past few years, and no thanks that anyone can bestow upon them will be too great” – Michael Collins, speaking in Cork, March 1922

Written by the Shandon Area History Group, Cork.

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