This condensed history examines why the Great Famine was so catastrophic, and explores its effect on Irish society and culture.
It explains the circumstances surrounding the period and addresses issues and characteristics of the time. Aspects covered include the spread of disease, the experiences of those on public works projects and the disagreements between political leaders regarding the distribution of what little food was available.
Featuring new material on the Irish Famine which has never been published before, this is an accessible and comprehensive history of the period surrounding the famine, as well as the horrors endured by the people of Ireland.
|Author||Ruan O' Donnell|
|Publisher||The O'Brien Press|
|Publication date||1 Jan 2008|
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Pocket History of the Irish Famine
Featuring new material on the Irish Famine which has never been published before, this is a comprehensive and accessible overview of one of the most significant periods of Irish history.
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