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A Bloody Dawn: The Irish at D-Day

Harvey, Dan
This Irish contribution to the most extraordinary military operation ever attempted in the history of warfare is at last told for the first time in A Long Day: The Irish at D-Day.

A Bloody Night: The Irish at Rorke's Drift

Harvey, Dan

A Bloody Victory: The Irish at War's End

Harvey, Dan

A Bloody Week: The Irish at Arnhem

Harvey, Dan
Men from the north of Ireland and men from the south gave their all to this Allied campaign, and in A Bloody Week, their dramatic story is finally being told.

A Broad Church: The Provisional IRA in the Republic of Ireland 1969-1980

Faolean, Gearoid O
The extent of activity, training, financing, armed robberies, demonstrations and goodwill for the IRA in the Irish Republic is rarely if ever acknowledged in Irish mainstream media or the education curriculum. A Broad Church: The Provisional IRA in the Republic of Ireland, 1969 1980 will dramatically change that view forever.

A Century of Politics in the Kingdom: A County Kerry Compendium

O'Shea, Owen
In the 100 years since the establishment of Dáil Éireann, rarely has politics been so divisive, turbulent, engaging and entertaining as in County Kerry. A Century of Politics in the Kingdom captures the exhilarating highs and lows of politics in Kerry, featuring tales of scandal, punch-ups, election-campaign shenanigans, bitter inter-dynastic contests, as well as the stories of the ground-breaking Kerry politicians who made their mark on the national stage and beyond.

A Century of Service: A History of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, 1919-2019

Loughrey, Mark
A Century of Service is brought to life by a fascinating series of in-depth interviews with the INMO's members and leaders in a story of an organisation that with talent, tact and tenacity is delivering despite the odds.

A City Imagined : Belfast Soulscapes

Dawe, Gerald
A City Imagined is a paean to the city of Belfast and its writers. Written in his highly regarded wry and lyrical style, Dawe’s memoir sketches the outlines of his life as he starts to understand the city in which he was born, before embracing some of the local writers whose early work had such an influential part in nudging him in the direction of writing – poets, in the main, whose first books were read with the enthusiasm of a young man beguiled by the language and music of poetry.

A Day In May: Real Lives, True Stories

Bird, Charlie