This is the a publication of The Unbroken Tradition by activist Nora Connolly, first published in 1918. Connolly shares her first-hand experience of the events leading up to, during and after the Easter Week Irish revolution in 1916.
Why are there so many Italian hairdressers and Chinese restaurants in Glasgow? With clear-sighted social analysis and an impressive assembly of historical evidence, Edward weaves a vivid tapestry of the many peoples and cultures that have created contemporary Glasgow.
After `How David Cameron Saved Scotland', satirical author Owen Dudley Edwards comes back with a new book, `Defining Moments in The Fight for Independence'. The book covers the defining moments in which nations such as Ireland, Brazil, Belgium, Haiti achieved independence.