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Orange Green And Khaki

Author : Tom Johnstone
ISBN : UOM:39015029217281
Genre : Ireland
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Nearly a third of a million Irishmen fought in the Great War, 50,000 of these died. All were volunteers, as there was no conscription in Ireland. The Irish were mobilized in three divisions - the 10th, the 16th and the 36th as well as in the traditional Irish regiments. In all, 72 battalions were raised and saw active service. While the achievements of the 36th - especially on the Somme - are well known, this book looks at this regiment as well as other, less well-known regiments active during the 1914-1918 war. This book should be of interest to students of Irish history, military history or to a general readership.

Harry Clarke S War

Author : Marguerite Helmers
ISBN : 9780716533092
Genre : Art
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Ireland’s Memorial Records, 1914-1918 contain the names of 49,435 enlisted men who were killed in the First World War. Commissioned in 1919 by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and published in 100 eight-volume sets, the Records are notable for stunning and elaborate page decorations by celebrated Irish illustrator Harry Clarke. Drawing from published and unpublished sources, Marguerite Helmers’ ground-breaking study provides a fascinating insight into the work of Harry Clarke as an extraordinary war artist and examines the process that led to the Records being commissioned through to the eventual placement of the Records within the Irish National War Memorial at Islandbridge, Dublin. With Harry Clarke’s illustrations taking center stage in the story, the Records and their genesis are of vital importance to our understanding of how art and commemoration can come together in a powerful visual creation.

Irish Voices From The Great War

Author : Myles Dungan
ISBN : 9781908928832
Genre : History
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This pioneering study, first published in 1995, retains its rank as one of the most powerful histories ever written about Irish involvement in World War 1. This year, the centenary of the war, sees its timely re-publication as the Irishmen who fought in that war re-enter the national memory after decades of indifference and hostility. The gradual softening of attitudes over the last twenty years amid great historic change on the island of Ireland, is due in no small part to the efforts of historians, such as Myles Dungan, to tell thousands of forgotten stories. Drawing on the diaries, letters, literary works and oral accounts of soldiers, Myles Dungan tells some of the personal stories of what Irishmen, unionist and nationalist, went through during the Great War and how many of them drew closer together during that horror than at any time since. This volume deals with a selection of the most important battles and campaigns in which the three Irish Divisions participated.

The Integrity Of Ireland

Author : Stephen M. Duffy
ISBN : 0838641873
Genre : History
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Circumstances placed John Redmond and the Irish Parliamentary Party at the center of British politics in 1912. After more than a century of struggle, Irish nationalists looked likely to return a parliament to Dublin that would allow the Irish people, as one nation, to determine their own domestic affairs. Staunch Ulster Unionists stood in opposition, determined to reject Home Rule for their region. Alongside them were Unionist Party members who declared that such an action would destroy the British Empire, wreck the constitution, and possibly foment a civil war. Over the next decade, the Home Rulers saw their cause betrayed and their party destroyed. Asquith, Lloyd George, and Winston Churchill all served to undercut Redmond and his supporters in the interests of political expediency. Four years of war in Europe, followed by four years of conflict in Ireland, led to a more radical approach to the Irish question that allowed Sinn Fein and the Irish Republican Army to make the nationalist cause their own. By 1922, Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins, James Craig and their followers took possession of a divided Ireland embittered by the enmity of two Irish identities and the strains of factional strife.

Galway And The Great War

Author : William Henry
ISBN : UOM:39015068804320
Genre : History
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Examines Galway's remarkable contribution to the first World War.

Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

Catalogue

Author : Montgomery Ward
ISBN : CORNELL:31924071922458
Genre : Commercial catalogs
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The Graham Legacy

Author : Michael E. Keller
ISBN : UOM:39015071540424
Genre : Transportation
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Automotive History

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Author : Sears, Roebuck and Company
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025732905
Genre : Manufactures
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The Long Gestation

Author : Patrick Maume
ISBN : STANFORD:36105024899259
Genre : Ireland
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This text traces the rise of the nationalist movement in turn-of-the-century Ireland. The gaps and incoherences of the nationalist tradition, its subsequent re-invention, and the activities of Sinn Fein are all dissected to explain the party's rise, culminating in its 1918 election victory.

Irish University Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016123908
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Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Languages Of The World

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105110570012
Genre : Language and languages
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Distant Drums

Author : Myles Dungan
ISBN : UOM:39015050188294
Genre : Political Science
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Ireland And The Great War

Author : Senia Paseta
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025971669
Genre : History
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For many Irish, World War I represents the last time Ireland was united as a nation. This volume explores the immediate and continuing impact of the war on Ireland and analyses the effects on Irish national identity and political violence in Ireland.

The Art Of The Party

Author : Renny Reynolds
ISBN : 0670830542
Genre : Cooking
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Contents Introduction 8 Lighting 18 Color 60 Texture 116 Progression 142 Scale 180

George Russell Ae And The New Ireland 1905 30

Author : Nicholas Allen
ISBN : UOM:39015056839528
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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George Russell (1867-1935), poet and author, was a central figure of the Irish literary revival. He was editor of early 20th-century Ireland's two most important journals, the Irish Homestead (1905-23) and the Irish Statesman (1923-30). Russell published work across four decades by Joyce, Kavanagh, O'Casey, O'Connor, � Faoláin, O'Flaherty, Shaw, Stuart and Yeats. He was a radical intellectual involved with anarchism, labor and Sinn Féin, his passions evidencing a revival in Irish thought that merged literature and culture with politics and revolution. This book brings the reader to a world of constant controversy, of journals, little magazines, pamphlets and propaganda, narrated here in one major synthesis.

Merchants Record And Show Window

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ISBN : IOWA:31858046221069
Genre : Display of merchandise
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The Irish Sword

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ISBN : UCLA:L0078303104
Genre : Ireland
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The Cross On The Sword

Author : Tom Johnstone
ISBN : UOM:39015038188309
Genre : Chaplains, Military
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This work charts the contribution made by Catholic chaplains to the life of the British armed forces during conflicts of the last 200 years. The book covers experiences of chaplains in each of the three forces, and includes stories of their different adventures.

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