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Dublin in Rebellion: A Directory 1913 – 1923

By: Joseph Connell

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Dublin in Rebellion is a comprehensive directory lists historic locations in Dublin on a street-by-street basis, describing events during the tumultuous decade from the 1913 Dublin Lockout, through the 1916 Easter Rising and Irish War of Independence, until the end of the Irish Civil War.

Dublin in Rebellion is being reissued by The Lilliput Press with an extensively revised and expanded introduction by the author, to better contextualize the events of the period covered. Entries have been supplemented with further research. It is uniquely illustrated from a Dublin City Archive postcard collection.

This is an incredible and accurate view of Irish history during 1916 to 1923.’ 

‘This book is not just long overdue, but is a wonderful resource for both the serious student of Irish history and the armchair historian alike. A wealth of detail and facts in an easy read format.’

A huge amount of information is contained in this book. One can open it at any page and find an interest.’ – Amazon Customer Review

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

JOSEPH CONNELL has had a lifelong interest in Irish history with particular emphasis on the period covered in this book. A lawyer and former instructor in the Californian Community College system, he spends his summers in Dublin, where he guides visitors on the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour.

 

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2 reviews for Dublin in Rebellion: A Directory 1913 – 1923

  1. Lilliput Press

    “This book is not just long overdue, but is a wonderful resource for both the serious student of Irish history and the armchair historian alike. A wealth of detail and facts in an easy read format. Well done that man, agus buíochas.” BILL WATKINS

  2. Lilliput Press

    “A huge amount of information is contained in this book. One can open it at any page and find an interest.” SAM

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ISBN
9781843511373
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 156 × 234 mm
Publication Date

May 2009

Format

Paperback, 496pp