- Richard Humphreys (ed.)Special Price €29.99 Regular Price €34.99Reconciling Ireland is a unique guide to the history of the last half-century, compiling as it does all the texts of the key British–Irish political agreements relating to Northern Ireland for the first time. Forewords by Simon Coveney, Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Brandon Lewis, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
- Charles Townshend€29.99A compelling history of the turbulent journey to Irish independence, published for the centenary of the Partitioning the aftermath of the horrors of the Irish Famine, the grim, distrustful relationship between Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom deteriorated into a generations-long argument about 'Home Rule'.
- Simon Prince & Geoffrey WarnerSpecial Price €13.99 Regular Price €19.99A 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.
- Thomas Leahy€23.75The exposure of two senior republicans as informers for British intelligence in 2005 led to a popular perception that the IRA had 'lost' the intelligence war and was pressurised into peace. In this first in-depth study across the entire conflict, Thomas Leahy re-evaluates the successes and failures of Britain's intelligence activities against t
- Aaron Edwards€19.99Explosive revelations about the hidden agendas of leading republicans Martin McGuinness, Joe Haughey, John Joe Magee and Freddie Scappaticci. New insights into the spymasters behind the scenes, as well as the capture of the M60 Gang, targeted killings in Derry, Loughgall and Gibraltar, secret talks between the IRA and the British Gove
- Marc Mulholland€10.40From the Plantation of Ulster in the seventeenth century to the entry into peace talks in the late twentieth century the Northern Irish people have been engaged in conflict - Catholic against Protestant, Republican against Unionist. Marc Mulholland explores the pivotal moments in Northern Irish history - the rise of republicanism in the 1800s,
- Michael Heney€18.99The number one Irish Times bestseller. 'An original and textured history of one of the most controversial and misunderstood episodes of modern Irish history' Diarmaid Ferriter. Northern Ireland, Ireland, c 1970 to c 1980, British & Irish history, Postwar 20th century history, from c 1945 to c 2000
- Paddy Mulroe€24.99"Patrick Mulroe's book shines a penetrating light onto the under-studied role of the Irish government's security policy during the early years of the Troubles...The results might surprise even seasoned analysts of contemporary Irish history."--M.L.R. Smith, King's College, U. London
- Paddy Mulroe€70.00"Patrick Mulroe's book shines a penetrating light onto the under-studied role of the Irish government's security policy during the early years of the Troubles...The results might surprise even seasoned analysts of contemporary Irish history."--M.L.R. Smith, King's College, U. London
- Michael Heney€18.99The arms crisis of 1970 came about when two Irish cabinet ministers, Charles Haughey and Neil Blaney, alongside an army officer and other figures, were accused by Taoiseach Jack Lynch of smuggling arms to the IRA in Northern Ireland.
Blacklight Blue : A race against time to crack a deadly cold case (Enzo 3)
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