The Irish in World War Two
Dachau to the Dolomites: The Untold Story of the Irishmen, Himmler’s Special Prisoners and the End of WWIITom WallSpecial Price €10.00 Regular Price €17.99
- Benjamin Grob-FitzgibbonSpecial Price €10.00 Regular Price €45.00This book is an oral history of the Irish experience during the Second World War. It brings together all aspects of this experience, from the young banker working on Grafton Street, through the IRA volunteer interned in the Curragh, to the soldier fighting in North Africa with the British Army. 1st Edition Hardback
- Mark McLoughlin€39.99Out of print. Our last copies
- Ernie Cromie€14.99The Story of American Military Aviation in Northern Ireland During the Second World War
- Paddy Butler€16.99Mary Elmes is the great unsung heroine of modern Ireland. It includes a number of interviews with some of those who owe their lives to Mary Elmes, as well as photographs and a wealth of archival material.
- Clodagh Finn€19.99The incredible untold story of Mary Elmes, the Irish woman who saved children from Nazi Concentration Camps The new bridge in Cork has been officially named after Mary Elms. Mary’s story was brought to light through Clodagh Finns work on A Time to Risk All.
- Mark McLoughlin€49.99Out of print. Our last copiesOut of Stock