16 Lives: James Connolly
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Written in an entertaining, educational and assessible style, this biography is an accurate and well-researched portrayal of the man behind the uprising.
James Connolly (1868-1916) was central to Ireland's quest for freedom from British rule in 1916. Written in an entertaining, educational and assessable style, this biography is an accurate and well-researched portrayal of the man behind the uprising. Including the latest archival evidence, James Connolly is part of the Sixteen Lives series which looks at the events, lives and deeds that ultimately lead to the deaths of some of the most important figures in Irish history.
|Publisher||The O'Brien Press|
|Publication date||2 Sep 2012|
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