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Author Kennedy, Liam, 1946-
Title Unhappy the land : the most oppressed people ever, the Irish? / Liam Kennedy.
Imprint Sallins, Co. Kildare : Merrion Press 2016.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  DA938 .K47 2016    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  DA938 .K47 2016    AVAILABLE  
Subject Irish -- History.
Ireland -- History.
Description viii, 294 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-284) and index.
Contents Part 1: The Long View. Chapter One: A Most Oppressed People? -- Chapter Two: The Planter and the Gael -- Chapter Three: Nationalism and Unionism in Ireland. Part 2: Famine in Ireland. Chapter Four: Cry Holocaust: The Great Irish Famine and the Jewish Holocaust -- Chapter Five: Ireland, Irish-America and the Man who 'Invented' Genocide. Part 3: The Revolutionary Decade. Chapter Six: Harbinger of Reaction: The Ulster Covenant -- Chapter Seven: Bad Blood: The Proclamation of the Irish Republic -- Chapter Eight: Texting Terror: 1912 and 1916 -- Chapter Nine: Was There an Irish War of Independence?
Summary Challenging, contentious and highly original perspectives of the major controversies in Irish history. Kennedy confronts historical focal points such as the Ulster Plantation, the Great Famine, and the War of Independence with previously untold scrutiny.
ISBN 9781785370298 (hbk.)
1785370294 (hbk.)
9781785370281 (pbk.)
1785370286 (pbk.)
9781785370304 (pdf)
9781785370472 (epub)
9781785370489 (mobi)
OCLC # 915502740