The Irish in World War One
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The Country House and the Great War : Irish and British Experiences€28.99
Drawing on archival materials, and incorporating never-before-seen images, this volume presents a spectrum of experiences from owners, to servants and tenants, as well as the local communities that lived in the shadow of the big house.
Irishmen in the Great War : Reports From the Front 1915€18.99
Following the success of the first book in the series covering 1914, Irishmen in the Great War: Reports from the Front 1915 is a labour of love from author Tom Burnell, containing over 150 hand-picked news stories taken from a selection of twenty-seven Irish newspapers throughout the course of the year.
Newtownards in the Great War€18.99
Before the Great War began, Ireland had already began to take up arms. Conflict and political unrest was at the forefront of everyone's mind as the country was trying to liberate itself. Newtownards was to become the centre in the eye of the storm which would shape the country for the next hundred years.
Irish Servicewomen in the Great War : From Western Front to the Roaring Twenties€24.99
When the call went out in 1917 for volunteers willing to serve both at home and on the Western Front in a newly founded Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, young women from every province of Ireland responded just as eagerly as those from homes in Scotland, England and Wales.
Wings Over Wexford : The USN Air Station Wexford 1918-19€16.99
In 1918, during the final year of the First World War, the USN had a force of over 400 sailors and 22 officers and 4 Curtiss H16 seaplanes based in at Ferrybank, Wexford.
The Western Front: Irish Voices from the Great war (Hardback)€24.99
This book concentrates on the personal stories of Irish soldiers in World War One, chronicling the experiences of Irish officers and soldiers who served on the Western Front during the war.
2011 1st Edition Hardback
Shadows from the Trenches Veterans of the Great War and the Irish Revolution (1918-1923)€30.00
Approximately 150,000 Irish officers and men joined the British Army during the First World War. What happened to them when they returned home?
From Scapa to Jutland : The story of HMS Caroline at war from 1914-1917 (Northern Ireland War Memorial)€19.99
Amid the twists and turns of her survival to this day, the story of the light cruiser HMS Caroline spans a century and more.
Father Browne’s First World War€19.99
As the centenary of the First World War draws to a close, there is still great interest in the battles of 1917 and 1918.
The Road to the Somme: Men of the Ulster Division Tell Their StorySpecial Price €16.99 Regular Price €19.99
During the 1916 Battle of the Somme in WW1 the Ulster division lost over two thousand men. This book covers the events leading to the Somme – the birth of the UVF in 1912, the aftermath and the bravery that has become iconic in Northern Ireland tradition.