Essays By An Irish Rebel

by Liam Ó Briain


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Genre:Galway and the West of Ireland / Irish Interest



Liam Ó Briain (1888-1974)was a native of Dublin’s East Wall area and a neighbour of Sean O’Casey. In Irish articles in Comhar and Feasta – now translated – he wrote of his own experiences during the War of Independence at the hands of the Tans and Auxiliaries at this time of terror in Galway in 1920-21 when destructive military raids and cold-blooded murders were part of daily life.

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 5 cm