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Weapons of the Irish War of Independence

Weapons of the Irish War of Independence
In this book Kieran once again demonstrates his encyclopaedic knowledge of historical weapons and, in combining it with his proven writing skills, has produced another accessible and comprehensive overview of the weapons used in the struggle to create a free and independent Ireland.

These two books combined constitute a unique encyclopedia of the weapons used on all sides during the Irish struggle for independence in the period 1916-21, and are a must for every student of the period.
Our Price: €15.00
ISBN/EAN9781908056979
Stock: 4
Publisher: Kilmainham Tales
Pub. Date: June 1 2020
Author: McMullen, Kieran
Format: Paperback
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