The Irish Volunteers 1913-1915: Recollection and Documents

F.X. Martin
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Originally edited by F.X. Martin in 1963, this is the 50th anniversary edition of the classic work on the Irish Volunteers.
This classic text explains how the Irish volunteers, encompassing a new generation of Irish men and women, oversaw the development of a new and re-energized movement, free from much of the party-political machinations and interference that had hindered Irish nationalist attempts at self-determination in previous decades. As described in these essays, the Irish Volunteers were a 'broad church' encompassing members of the Gaelic league, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Sinn Fein, the IRB, Irish Citizen Army, Cumann na mBan, and Fianna Eireann, all contributing to a unified and dynamic coalition. Something unique happened in Irish history, a movement which we are now only beginning to understand in terms of its great and distinctive legacy, a century later
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ISBN/EAN 9781908928252
Author F.X. Martin
Publisher Irish Academic Press
Publication date 1 Jan 2013
Format Hardback
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