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With The Sixth Battalion: South County Dublin And The Struggle For Independence 1916-1921

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ISBN: 9781999300838
AuthorBrady James
Pub Date01/10/2020
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
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Publisher: Litter Press
Quick overview The attempts to secure independence for Ireland from 1916 onwards is perhaps best understood as a patchwork of local conflicts calibrated to the particular circumstances of each district. South County Dublin was affluent, often loyal and sometimes republican. Encompassing southern suburbs of the metropolis as well as outlying towns and villages, it provides a view into the conflict away from the classic centres that have often attracted most attention. “In writing the story of the 6th Battalion, Dublin Brigade, IRA, James Brady has filled in another part of the history of the struggle for Irish independence.
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Since the centenary of the Rising much work has been done in recording the history of those patriotic times. It is imperative that this exercise should be completed for those few remaining parts of that historical jigsaw.” Sean O’Mahoney, author and republican archivist.James Brady is a History and Politics graduate (University College Dublin), his main areas of research are local history and Irish political history. He is currently resident in Dún Laoghaire.

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Since the centenary of the Rising much work has been done in recording the history of those patriotic times. It is imperative that this exercise should be completed for those few remaining parts of that historical jigsaw.” Sean O’Mahoney, author and republican archivist.James Brady is a History and Politics graduate (University College Dublin), his main areas of research are local history and Irish political history. He is currently resident in Dún Laoghaire.

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