The Battle of Mount Street Bridge is a part of the 1916 Easter Rising that is rarely mentioned. Yet this battle is surely one that should have been at the forefront of the Irish history books and a mandatory part of every Irish history syllabus.…Continue
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Waterstones - in England /Ireland ; my book -That's Just how it Was - people can order the book in the shop ; it is not stocked as yet .
Just to remind people of what it is about ; click on the lick below to view the video
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I have found out this morning that my Book - That's Just How It Was - can now be bought in the USA from Waterstones; ; not on the shelves as yet ; but it can be ordered from the Waterstones Bookstore -via Ingrams.
This is a breakthrough for me ; as a self published author ; it has not been easy to get my book acknowledged ; so its now official . Whatestones will take orders for my book ;
Dont forget the-- ISBN…Continue
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Women from all walks of life, all over Ireland, were just as interested in Irish Independence as their male counterparts in the Irish Volunteers, The Citizen Army, and Sinn…Continue
Eoin MacNeill was born in County Antrim on May 15, 1869, the second-youngest child in a family that consisted of five boys and three girls. His father, Archibald MacNeill, was a baker, sailor, and a merchant. Combining all these skills, he set his family up to live what would be…Continue
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Roger David Case (later known as Sir Roger Casement) was born in Doyle’s Cottage, Lawson Terrace, Sandycove, South Dublin. His father was Captain Roger Casement of The Kings Own Regiment of Dragoons. His mother was Anne Jephson (or Jepson) who came from a Dublin Anglican…Continue