Irish Men and Women in the Second World War

Hard Cover, Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press, 1999. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket.

An exceptionally nice, tight, bright copy, bound in black paper-covered boards, clean and unmarked inside and out, the only defects being a tiny bump to one corner and what may or may not be a very minor bump at head of spine, o/w no signs of use or wear; dust jacket clean, bright, and unmarked, with only light edge wear. Illustrated with b&w plates. ; "Almost all the Irish men and women who took part in World War Two were volunteers -- the greater porportion of them from the Irish Free State, a country that was officially neutral. Using personal interviews and memoirs, Richard Doherty provides a vivid account of their experiences. This is what the war was like for those who won decorations and also for the unsung heroes, men and women, service personnel, medics, chaplains, nurses. A page of Irish history, largely unwritten until now."; 9.5" tall; 319 pages.

ISBN: 1851824413           Item #4030022

Price: $24.00 save 20% $19.20

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