Ireland's Unfinished Revolution: An Oral History

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Kenneth Griffith, Timothy O'Grady
Roberts Rinehart, 1999 - History - 377 pages
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Filled with battles and escapes, exhilaration and heartbreak, this gripping oral history brings to life Republican leaders such as Michael Collins and Patrick Pearse. It takes us inside the armed struggle to throw off British rule and create a united Ireland in the early part of this century.

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This is unlike other history books in that it was originally meant to be a documentary for British television. In 1976 the author interviewed 9 Irish particpants in the Easter Rising, the Anglo-Irish ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Griffith is an author, actor, and filmmaker.

Timothy O'Grady was born in the U.S. and has lived in Ireland, London, and Spain. He has written about golf for "Golf World" and "Esquire," including accounts of rounds played with Sergio Garcia and Arnold Palmer.

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