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Wicklow Bound: A Seasonal Guide


The Military Archives

Ayiotis, Daniel

Dublin Moving East: How the city took over the sea

Branagan, Michael

Burncourt: A History

Cleary, Rose

Carrickmines Castle: Rise and Fall

Clinton, Mark
Theobald Walsh of Carrickmines had not intended to defend his castle. The commander of the besieging forces, Sir Simon Harcourt, had not planned to attack it. Yet, in March 1642, the castle was destroyed and hundred of occupants massacred. how did this come to pass? Ranging across the areas of Shanganagh, Kilgobbin and Balally in south County Dublin, and Old Court and Killincarrig in County Wicklow, Mark Clinton explores this fascinating story of family, feuds and, ultimately, ruin.

Shadow War - Michael Collins and the Politics of Violence

Connell, Jnr, Joseph E.A.
Insurgencies are as psychological and political as much as military. In the War of Independence, the Irish needed to remain active for longer than the nerves of liberal Britain could stand, and they succeeded. Irish governance, rather than military victory, was always the goal. If success can be defined as doing more with less, than Michael Collins must be counted as among the great guerrilla planners of the twentieth century.

Michael Collins's Dublin 1916-22

Connell, Joseph

Leeside Legends : 100 Cork Sporting Heroes

Coughlan, John
Sport and sporting pastimes have always been an important part of life in Cork. What is remarkable about Cork sports men and women is their success across the entire range of sporting disciplines.

Portlaoise: An Illustrated History

Curtis, Joe

Kilkenny, City of Heritage

Dargan, Pat

Wexford : A Town of Heritage

Dargan, Pat