Eamon de Valera: the man who was Ireland

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Barnes & Noble, 1999 - Ireland - 772 pages
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Review: Eamon de Valera: The man who was Ireland

User Review  - Jim Gallen - Goodreads

“Eamon DeValera: The Man Who Was Ireland” tells the story of the “The Tall Fellow” whose shadow covered nearly a century of Irish history. Slated for execution during the Easter Uprising of 1916, Dev ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mickyt160 - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book because it spans across Ireland's recent history and gives insights through the eyes of a complex significant man. I would not say great. But I respect and tip my hat to anyone who kisses his wife good bye leaving home expecting to die for his country. Read full review

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