Irish Regional History

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  1. Bright, Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and The Irish Times
    Andrew Whittaker (editor)
    Special Price €8.99 Regular Price €19.99
    A glittering array of writers celebrate (or dissect) the work and career of the great editor who transformed The Irish Times. With contributions from Maeve Binchy, Kevin Myers, John Bowman, and many more.
  2. Home Away From Home: The Yanks In Ireland
    Mary Pat Kelly
    Special Price €9.99 Regular Price €17.99
    Between 1942 and 1945, 300,000 servicemen and women served in Northern Ireland. In this book both GI’s and those who made them welcome, share their memories.
  3. A Journey Throughout Ireland during the Spring, Summer and Autumn of 1834: Volume 1 Part 2
    Henry D. Inglis
    This is part 2 of a two part series and is a record of Henry D. Inglis’ travels through Kerry, Clare, The Shannon, Limerick and Athlone.
  4. Fermanagh: From Plantation To Peace Process
    Margaret Unwin
    Special Price €16.99 Regular Price €19.99
    This comprehensive history charts the major events that have shaped county Fermanagh from the days of the Ulster Plantation.
  5. The Great Liberties Whiskey Fire
    Las Fallon
    In the hey-day of the Western movie, whiskey was often called ‘firewater’. But never was that term more apt than on a night in 1875 when thousands of litres of burning whiskey flowed like lava through the streets of the Liberties area of Dublin, threatening to totally destroy the remnants of the old city, and the lives of its residents. Cop
  6. Carson's Army: The Ulster Volunteer Force 1910-22
    Timothy Bowman
    The Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) was established in January 1913, as a militant expression of Ulster Unionist opposition to the Third Home Rule Bill. This book will be essential reading for military and Irish historians and their students, and will interest any general reader interested in modern paramilitary forces.
  7. The Future Years : A Story of Analog Devices' Start-up in Limerick
    Pat Cunneen
    In 1976 Analog Devices began operations in a small SFADCO advance factory unit in Limerick with a start-up team of 13 people - among them author of The Future Years, Pat Cunneen.
  8. Between the Meadows
    Caitriona Moore
    The archaeology of Edercloon on the N4 Dromod-Roosky Bypass : 11
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