There can be few European communities more soaked in their history than the Catholics of Ulster. Ulster has always been geographically a land somewhat apart from the rest of Ireland, and its harsh history has given both the Catholic and Protestant communities a unique stamp. Both communities' understanding of their past remains central to their identities, but the layers of myths, lies and half-truths which make up these understandings have had ruinous effects. In this long-anticipated book, Marianne Elliott has succeeded ...

The Catholics of Ulster 2002, Basic Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780465019045

Trade paperback

The Catholics of Ulster 2000, Allen Lane, London

ISBN-13: 9780713994643