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    Through Her Eyes: A new history of Ireland in 21 women

    This remarkable book provides an account of the history of Ireland like we've never seen before. Told through the prism of the lives of twenty-one extraordinary women, it offers an alternative vision of Irish history, one that puts the spotlight on women whose contributions have been forgotten or overlooked.

    The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse

    €18.99 €25.00
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 3.4

    My Fight for Irish Freedom

    A personal memoir from Dan Breen, a must read for those interested in the struggle for Irish freedom

    The Irish Civil War in Colour

    Here is the story of Ireland's Civil War in colour for the first time. The events of 1922-1923 are revealed using photographs painstakingly hand-coloured by John O'Byrne. Many of these photographs have never been published before. They carry informative captions by Michael B. Barry, based on extensive historical research.

    Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionar

    A journey through history of the women who built the world, but whom the world forgot.

    War is a Racket


    Searching For Christ: The Spirituality of Dorothy Day

    A history of the spiritual development and religious vision of Dorothy Day, a pioneer of American social Catholicism and co-founder of the ""Catholic Worker"" and the Catholic Worker Movement. It explores her spiritual roots, her sensibility, and her aesthetic vision.

    Great Hatred: The Assassination of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson MP

    A gripping investigation into one of Irish history's greatest mysteries, Great Hatred reveals the true story behind one of the most significant political assassinations to ever have been committed on British soil.