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WE DECLARE Landmark Documents in Ireland's History

ALDOUS, Richard & PUIRSEIL, Niamh

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ISBN 10: 1847246729 / ISBN 13: 9781847246721
Published by Quercus, London, 2008
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Title: WE DECLARE Landmark Documents in Ireland's ...

Publisher: Quercus, London

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Edition: First Edition, First Impression.

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From St. Patrick’s confession to the harrowing reports of the Famine Relief Commission, the dramatic Proclamation of the Republic and the controversial 1921 Anglo-Irish treaty, and the road to peace and the Good Friday agreement, the most momentous and stirring documents in the history of Ireland are collected here. Presented chronologically, and embellished with images of the actual documents alongside transcripts of the key passages, each document is preceded by an introduction placing the text in its historical context and explaining its significance. From early chapters showing the efforts of British monarchs and governments to establish their authority and the efforts of Irishmen to resist, to documents recording the creation of the newly independent Irish state, to documents that have helped create the Irish national identity, these are gripping snapshots of their times.

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Richard Aldous contributes to the Irish Times and is the author of The Lion and the Unicorn. Niamh Puirseil is a historian and the author of The Irish Labour Party 1922–73. Fintan O'Toole is the author of Shakespeare is Hard but So is Life and White Savage.

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