The great hunger, Ireland 1845-9

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H. Hamilton, 1962 - Famines - 509 pages
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User Review  - jcbrunner - LibraryThing

An excellent case study in compassionate conservatism of how the English, unaffected by the potato famine upheld their purity in the belief about the free markets and watched from afar in horror how ... Read full review

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User Review  - Debbie - Goodreads

People interested in immigration issues should read this book. I knew of the Irish Famine, I had no idea 2 million people disappeared. So many Irish people were lost, went to Canada and poured over ... Read full review

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Young Ireland in Business for Himself
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THOMAS SPRINGRICE 1ST BARON MONTEAGLE
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