Michael Collins and the Making of the Irish State
Gabriel Doherty, Dermot Keogh
Irish Books & Media, 1998 - History - 224 pages
Originating at a conference held at UCC in 1997, these essays draw on scholarly findings in the fields of history, political science and folklore, providing a professional evaluation of Michael Collins and his contribution to the making of the Irish State.
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