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  1. Joyce the Student : University College, Dublin 1898 - 1902
    John Kelly
    Special Price €14.39 Regular Price €17.99
    The sixteen year old schoolboy, James Augustine Aloysius Joyce, entered the University College in Dublin in September 1898.
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  2. Belfast and Derry in Revolt: A New History of the Start of the Troubles
    Simon Prince & Geoffrey Warner
    Special Price €13.99 Regular Price €19.99
    A fresh and unique perspective on the key defining events of the early period of the Troubles: the Battles of the Bogside, Bombay Street and St Matthews, the Fall’s Road curfew and the Divis Riots. Two richly-detailed stories that intertwine to present a new history of the start of the Troubles.
  3. Tony Ryan: Ireland's Aviator (Hardback)
    Richard Aldous
    Special Price €14.99 Regular Price €24.99
    The authorised biography of one of the most remarkable Irishmen of the twentieth century. 1st edition 2013 Hardback.
  4. Wild Irish Women: Extraordinary Lives from History(Hardback)
    Marian Broderick
    Special Price €17.49 Regular Price €24.99
    From patriots to pirates, warriors to writers, and mistresses to male impersonators, this book looks at the unorthodox lives of inspiring Irish women. 1st Edition 2001 Hardback. Out of print. Our last copy
  5. The Guinness Story: The Family, The Business, The Black Stuff (Hardback edition)
    Edward J. Bourke
    Special Price €10.49 Regular Price €14.99
    Winner of the Best Food and Drink History Book in 2009
  6. The Hurlers : The First All-Ireland Championship and the Making of Modern Hurling (Hardback)
    Paul Rouse
    Special Price €17.49 Regular Price €24.99
    In 1882, a letter was published in the Irish Times, lamenting the decline of hurling. The game was now played only in a few isolated rural pockets, and according to no fixed set of rules.
  7. Old Ireland in Colour
    John Breslin & Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley
    Old Ireland in Colour brings to life the rich history of Ireland and the Irish through the colour restoration of these stunning images of all walks of Irish life throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. REPRINTING
  8. Life and Times: NO.8 John Redman
    Paul Bew
    This is the eight book in a series of short biographical studies published by the Historical Association of Ireland.
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