Based on a wide range of sources, Peter Rigney examines such diverse themes as soap rationing, fuel diversity and desertion from the British forces.
The GSR played a key role in Anglo-Irish trade diplomacy which helped the Allied war effort, kept the economy ticking over and was the main means of transporting turf to heat homes. This is the most comprehensive account of the Irish economy during the Emergency.
|Publisher||Irish Academic Press|
|Publication date||20 Oct 2007|