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  • The Little Book of Ranelaghby Maurice Curtis

    The History Press 2017; US$ 7.99

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF RANELAGH is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about this Dublin suburb. more...

  • The Land and the People of Nineteenth-Century Corkby James S. Jr Donnelly

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 60.00

    First published in 1975. Using estate records, local newspapers and parliamentary papers, this book focuses upon two central and interrelated subjects – the rural economy and the land question – from the perspective of Cork, Ireland’s southernmost country. The author examines the chief responses of Cork landlords, tenant farmers and labourers to the... more...

  • Routledge Revivals: Medieval Ireland (2005)by Sean Duffy

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 170.00

    Through violent incursions by the Vikings and the spread of Christianity, medieval Ireland maintained a distinctive Gaelic identity. From the sacred site of Tara to the manuscript illuminations in the Book of Kells, Anglo-Irish relations to the Connachta dynasty, Ireland during the middle ages was a rich and vivid culture. First published in 2005,... more...

  • Modern Godsby Nick Laird

    HarperCollins Publishers 2017; US$ 11.13

    A powerful, thought-provoking novel about two sisters who must reclaim themselves after their lives are dramatically upended from one of our finest authors more...

  • The Historians of Angevin Englandby Michael Staunton

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 99.99

    Our impression of late twelfth and early thirteenth century England derives mainly from the work of contemporary historians, such as Roger of Howden, Gerald of Wales, and Gervase of Canterbury. This volume shows how these writers produced their original, engaging histories, exploring the insights they provide into medieval attitudes and mentalities more...

  • Cork's Revolutionary Deadby Barry Keane

    Mercier Press 2017; US$ 26.00

    An overview of events in Cork city and county during Ireland's revolutionary period, with a comprehensive list of the lives lost on all sides between 1916 and 1923 and the circumstances in which the deaths happened. more...

  • The Great Famine in Tralee and North Kerryby Bryan MacMahon

    Mercier Press 2017; US$ 26.00

    Absorbing first-person accounts of the hardship and also the heroism that occurred in Co. Kerry during Ireland's Great Famine of the1840s bring the period to life. more...

  • A Short History of Britain in Infographicsby Ray Hamilton

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2017; US$ 7.99

    Discover the stomach-churning scope of Henry VIII’s voluminous diet, learn about the intricate anatomy of a Spitfire and improve your understanding of the mind-boggling phenomenon that is the British weather. These and many more fascinating facts are presented in this beautifully designed infographic guide to the best bits of Blighty! more...

  • Hitler's Irish Slavesby David Blake Knox

    New Island Books 2017; US$ 7.49

    Hitler’s Irish Slaves tells the shocking story of 32 merchant seamen from Ireland who were held in conditions of great hardship in an SS slave labour camp from 1943 to 1945. Mercilessly punished for their refusal to join the German war effort, and ignored by their own government, they became part of a slave workforce that was used to construct an immense... more...

  • Messines to Carrick Hill:by Tom Burke

    Mercier Press 2017; US$ 12.99

    Told through the letters of a young Irish officer, this is the story of Irish soldiers in the First World War and the capture of the Flemish village of Wijtschate on the Messines ridge, just south of Ypres in June 1917. more...