Ireland in the 1930s: new perspectives
The 1930s are an underdeveloped period in Irish historical writing. This book brings together a wealth of exciting research which has been done by post-graduates in recent years. The essays collected reflect the changing content of historical research, detailing a variety of social and political issues: from the level of high politics to the experience of ordinary people and thereby illuminate several aspect of Irish life in the 1930s.
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