Censorship in Ireland, 1939-1945: Neutrality, Politics, and Society

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Cork University Press, 1996 - History - 352 pages
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The first major study to examine the culture of censorship in Ireland during the Second World War

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O'Drisceoil provides a very readable and rigorous analysis of the censorship policy that prevailed in Ireland during the years of WW2. He compares how the system in Ireland compared to that of other ... Read full review

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Drisceoil, Department of History, University College, Cork.

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