Agony at Easter: the 1916 Irish uprising
Though scorned by most of their fellow countrymen, they were convinced that through their defeat and death they would arouse the Irish people to a victorious fight for freedom. They were riight, out of their rebellion came a nationalism which led ultimately to independence.
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Review: Agony at Easter: The 1916 Irish UprisingUser Review - Steven - Goodreads
This is an excellent day-by-day account of the events behind the ill-fated 1916 Irish Easter Uprising and its aftermath, told in a gripping "You Are There" style that keeps the reader engaged. The ... Read full review
Review: Agony at Easter: The 1916 Irish UprisingUser Review - Kieran Guckian - Goodreads
I got this in a sale of work at the weekend, started reading it on Saturday afternoon and couldn't put it down until Sunday when I finished it. Fantastic read, quite objective and for someone from Dublin completely fascinating. Read full review
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Agony at Easter; the 1916 Irish uprising [by] Thomas M. Coffey. by Coffey, Thomas M. [New York] Macmillan . Subjects, Ireland -- History -- Easter ...
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