The Irish in World War Two
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A Bloody Dawn : The Irish at D-Day€17.99
The epic Allied invasion of German-occupied Normandy on D-Day, 6 June 1944, has been extensively chronicled.
A Time to Risk All€19.99
The 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.
The Extraordinary Story of Mary Elmes: The Irish Oskar Schindler€16.99
Mary 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.
Hitler’s Irish Slaves€17.99
‘A well-researched book that deserves to be read widely by those interested in a largely forgotten chapter of 20th-century Irish history.’ The Irish Times
A Nurse in the Belfast Blitz : The Diary of Emma Duffin 1939-42 (Northern Ireland War Memorial)€14.99
The Blitz on Belfast in April 1941 is without doubt the single most traumatic single event in the city's long and often troubled history.
Overhead and Over Here (Northern Ireland War Memorial)€14.99
The Story of American Military Aviation in Northern Ireland During the Second World War
Dublin : The Emergence of the Modern City, 1930-50€31.00
Using a great variety of source materials, and including a large number of photographs and other images, this book builds a picture of Dublin between 1930 and 1950.
Ireland's generals in the Second World War (Hardback)Special Price €19.99 Regular Price €39.99
2004 1st Edition Hardback