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Easter Rising, Dublin 1916

A. Comerford

Easter Rising, Dublin 1916

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Published by Jackdaw Publications .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby A. Comerford.
SeriesJackdaw series -- no.61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19627162M


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Seán Connolly, an amateur actor and a clerk over at City Hall, shot James O’Brien, unarmed and the only officer on duty, at point-blank range after O’Brien had held up his hand to stop the rebels from their first advance. The Easter Rising: A Guide to Dublin in by Conor Kostick and Lorcan Collins is simply a great book.

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