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A Nation and Not a Rabble: The Irish Revolution 1913-23

Ferriter, Diarmaid
Packed with violence, political drama and social and cultural upheaval, the years 1913-23 saw the emergence in Ireland of the Ulster Volunteer Force to resist Irish home rule and in response, the Irish Volunteers, who would later evolve into the IRA. World War One, the rise of Sinn Fein, intense Ulster unionism and conflict with Britain culminated in the Irish War of Independence, which ended with a compromise Treaty with Britain and then the enmities and drama of the Irish Civil War.

A Pocket History of the Irish Revolution

This book focuses on the lead up to the 1916 Rising, and especially its aftermath. It covers the War of Independence, the great leaders de Valera and Collins, the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the Civil War.

Bitter Freedom: Ireland in A Revolutionary World 1918-1923

Walsh, Maurice
The Irish Revolution - the war between the British authorities and IRA - was the first successful revolt anywhere against the British Empire. This narrative places events in Ireland in the wider context of a world in turmoil after the ending of a global war: one that saw the collapse of empires and the rise of fascist Italy and communist Russia.

Blood On The Banner: The Republican Struggle in Clare

O Ruairc, Padraig Og
The fighting story of Co. Clare during the War of Independence.

Cork Burning

Lenihan, Michael
`A tale of arson, loot and murder' was how one source described the events that would befall Cork city on the night of 11-12 December 1920. Cork Burning tells the story of the events before, during and after that infamous night. It covers such topics as Cork City before December 1920, the Black and Tans, Auxiliaries and K Company, Republican Cork, a timeline of events before the burning of Cork City, early fires and arson by crown forces in Cork, the Kilmichael Ambush, the Dillon's Cross Ambush, premises destroyed, official investigations into the causes, compensation and rebuilding.

Cork's Revolutionary Dead

Keane, Barry
An overview of events in Cork city and county during Ireland's revolutionary period, with a comprehensive list of the lives lost on all sides between 1916 and 1923 and the circumstances in which the deaths happened.

Diarmuid Lynch: A Forgotten Irish Patriot

McGough, Eileen
Diarmuid Lynch was one of the key architects of the 1916 rising and the last man to leave the GPO. He was deported to America in 1918 where he worked as the national secretary of the FOIF (Friends of Irish Freedom) , but later differences arose between De Valera and the FOIF about how funds raised in America should be spent

Dissidents: Irish Republican Women 1923-1941

Matthews, Ann
Exposes the role and experiences of the women within the Republican movement and their impact on the political landscape from 1923-1941.

Fighting for the Cause: Kerry's Republican Fighters

Horgan, Dr Tim
The untold stories of some of the men and women of County Kerry who gave their all in Ireland's fight for independence.

Forging the Border: Donegal and Derry in Times of Revolution, 1911-1925

Ozseker, Okan
Ambitious and novel in its approach, Forging the Border: Donegal and Derry in Times of Revolution, 1911-1925 fills an important lacuna, and challenges long-held assumptions and beliefs about the road to partition in the north-west.

Forgotten Revolution [The Centenary Edition] The Limerick Soviet 1919

Cahill, Liam
This is a completely updated, revised and enlarged edition of the original book on the Limerick Soviet, published in 1990. In Limerick, the workers and their representatives take over running the city and their action is declared a `Soviet'.The British authorities see it as a serious threat to their rule in Ireland.

Guerilla Days in Ireland - New Edition

Barry, Tom
The extraordinary story of the fight between two unequal forces, which ended in the withdrawal of the British from twenty-six counties. Before the Truce of July 1921, the British presence in County Cork consisted of over 12,500 men. Against these stood the Irish Republican Army whose flying columns never exceeded 310 riflemen in the county.