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  1. World War One : A Short History
    Norman Stone
    €12.99
    'Do we need another history of the First World War?
  2. The Blood Never Dried : A People's History of the British Empire
    John Newsinger
    €17.99
    The Blood Never Dried challenges the rising chorus of claims that the British Empire was a kinder, gentler force in the world of imperialism.
  3. World War I : The Definitive Visual Guide
    DK
    €28.99
    Learn everything you need to know about the first war to shake the world and change the course of history. World War I: The Definitive Visual Guide takes you from the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the Treaty of Versailles, through beautifully illustrated and easy to understand timelines.
  4. Artillery in the Great War
    Paul Strong, Sanders Marble
    €14.75
    Artillery was the decisive weapon of the Great War - it dominated the battlefields.
  5. Ireland's Great War
    Kevin Myers
    €19.99
    It contains new and startling insights into the bravery, stoicism and unbearable tragedy of the Irish in the Great War.
  6. Edenderry, 1820 to 1920
    Ciaran Reilly
    Special Price €8.99 Regular Price €17.99
    Popular politics and Downshire rule.
  7. According to their Lights: Stories of Irishmen in the British Army, Easter 1916
    Neil Richardson
    Special Price €14.99 Regular Price €19.99
    Many enlisted to fight for Irish Home Rule or Ulster Unionism, to find adventure or escape from poverty. None imagined they would find themselves on the streets of Dublin, killing – and being killed by – fellow Irishmen. 
  8. Ireland's Call: Irish Sporting Heroes Who Fell in the Great War
    Stephen Walker
    €19.99
    Ireland’s Call is the poignant account of the Irish sporting heroes who perished on the battlefields of the Great War
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