The Big Fellow: Michael Collins and the Irish Revolution

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Poolbeg Press, 1979 - Revolutionaries - 222 pages
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An excellent choice if you have an interest in 'the big fellow' but not a wise choice for any projects as Mr O'Connor has a slightly bias style of writing (In no way a negative comment) His passion at times overshadows his historical reasoning but the book is still an incredible read and makes for a thrilling story. 

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User Review  - Dan Panneton - Goodreads

Anything O'Connor writes is a fun read, but when he dabbles into history, he has a tendency to let his emotions get the better of him. Historgiographically, this book contributes little to our ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE LILLIPUT IN LONDON
13
Lilliput in London
15
Up the Republic
23
Copyright

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