Very good. Very slight shelf wear to cover. Small area of sticker damage on reverse-closed tear to surface. Some minor creases to cover corners. 440 p, including new foreword by former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and index. ** If you have any queries about this book, please don't hesitate to contact us on [email protected] ie ** Originally published by the author using the nom de plume David Hogan in 1953. The author was the deputy director of the Department of Publicity during the first Dáil Government. In this book, he offers an invaluable personal account of the years 1918-1921, guiding us through events both turbulent and triumphant as one who participated actively in them, and evoking the bold spirits and mixed emotions of the day. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding the sense of victory and loss, of despair and undying hope that characterised those four glorious years.
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