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Last Voices Of The Irish Revolution

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Dive into the untold stories of the Irish Revolution with "Last Voices of the Irish Revolution." Eighty years after the end of the Irish Civil War in 1923, documentary-maker Tom Hurley embarked on a quest to capture the firsthand experiences of those who lived through the tumultuous years of 1919 to 1923, and beyond. Through extensive interviews conducted in 2003 and 2004 with 18 individuals across Ireland and two abroad, Hurley brings together a diverse cross-section of voices - Catholic, Protestant, Unionist, and Nationalist, all of whom were in their youth during the civil war. This book offers a chronological journey from 1899 to 1949, presenting a unique chronology of Ireland's revolutionary years through the experiences of 20 individuals. Their stories, the last voices of the Irish Revolution, offer a deeply personal insight into a pivotal period in Ireland's history. This hardcover edition spans 528 pages, marking 100 years since the Civil War's end, weaving a compelling narrative of struggle, identity, and nationhood.

Uncover the untold stories of the Irish Revolution with "Last Voices of the Irish Revolution." A must-read for history enthusiasts and anyone interested in the personal narratives that shaped a nation.

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Last Voices Of The Irish Revolution

$3995

Dive into the untold stories of the Irish Revolution with "Last Voices of the Irish Revolution." Eighty years after the end of the Irish Civil War in 1923, documentary-maker Tom Hurley embarked on a quest to capture the firsthand experiences of those who lived through the tumultuous years of 1919 to 1923, and beyond. Through extensive interviews conducted in 2003 and 2004 with 18 individuals across Ireland and two abroad, Hurley brings together a diverse cross-section of voices - Catholic, Protestant, Unionist, and Nationalist, all of whom were in their youth during the civil war. This book offers a chronological journey from 1899 to 1949, presenting a unique chronology of Ireland's revolutionary years through the experiences of 20 individuals. Their stories, the last voices of the Irish Revolution, offer a deeply personal insight into a pivotal period in Ireland's history. This hardcover edition spans 528 pages, marking 100 years since the Civil War's end, weaving a compelling narrative of struggle, identity, and nationhood.

Uncover the untold stories of the Irish Revolution with "Last Voices of the Irish Revolution." A must-read for history enthusiasts and anyone interested in the personal narratives that shaped a nation.

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