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24 September 2014
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From Behind a Closed Door, by Brian Barton, Blackstaff Press, 2002.
Ideology and the Irish Question 1912-1916, by Paul Bew, Oxford University Press, 1994.
Moderate Nationalism and the Irish revolution 1916-23, by Paul Bew, The Historical Journal, 42, 3 1999, pp. 729-749.
Composing Divisions: The Recruitment of Ulster and National Volunteers into the British Army in 1914, by Timothy Bowman, Causeway Cultural Traditions Journal, Spring 1995.
The Irish at the Somme, by Timothy Bowman, History Ireland, 4, 4, 1996 The Ulster Volunteer Force and the Formation of the 36th Ulster Division, by Timothy Bowman, Irish Historical Studies, 128, November 2001.
A History of Kilmainham Gaol, by Pat Cooke, Duchas The Heritage Service, Dublin, 2000.
The Aftermath of Revolution: Sligo 1921-23, by Michael Farry, University College Dublin Press, 2000.
Politics and Irish Life 1913-21, by David Fitzpatrick, Cork University Press, 1998.
The Easter Rising, by Michael Foy & Brian Barton, Sutton Publishing, 1999.
The Evolution of Irish Nationalist Politics, by Tom Garvin, Gill & Macmillan, 1981.
Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland, 1858-1928, by Tom Garvin, Oxford University Press, 1987.
The IRA and Its Enemies, by Peter Hart, Oxford University Press, 1998.
Green against Green, by Michael Hopkinson, Gill & Macmillan, 1988.
A Military History of Ireland, by Thomas Bartlett & Keith Jeffery eds, Cambridge University Press, 1966
The Union: Essays on Ireland and the British Connection, by Ronnie Hanna ed, Colourpoint 2001
Ireland, 1798-1998: Politics and War, by Alvin Jackson, Blackwell, 1999.
Ireland and the Great War, by Keith Jeffery, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
The Sinn Fein Rebellion as they saw it in Dublin, by Keith Jeffery, Irish Academic Press.
Inventing Ireland: The Literature of the Modern Nation, by Declan Kiberd, Vintage Books, 1996.
‘Was there and Irish War of Independence?’, by Liam Kennedy in Hearts and Minds: Culture and Society in Ireland under the Act of Union, Princess Grace Library, Monaco, 2002.
Irish Classics, by Declan Kiberd, Granta Books, 2000.
Michael Collins and the Modern Irish State, by D Keogh & G Doherty eds Mercier Press, 1998.
The Resurrection of Ireland: the Sinn Fein Party, 1916-1923, by Michael Laffan, Cambridge University Press, 1999.
The Partition of Ireland, by Michael Laffan, Dundalgan Press, 1983.
Guns & Chiffon: Women Revolutionaries and Kilmainham Gaol 1916-1923, by Sinead McCoole, Duchas the Heritage Service, Dublin, 1997.
Patrick Pearse and the Lost Republican Ideal, by Brian P.Murphy, James Duffy, 1991.
Northern Nationalism: Nationalist Politics, Partition and the Catholic Minority in Northern Ireland 1890-1940, by Eamon Phoenix, Ulster Historical Foundation, 1994.
When history was made: The Women of 1916, by Ruth Taillon, Beyond the Pale Publications, 1996.
The British Campaign in Ireland 1919-21, by Charles Townsend, Oxford University Press.
In Their Own Voice: Women and Irish Nationalism, by Margaret Ward, Attic Press, 2001.
Hanna Sheehy Skeffington: A life, by Margaret Ward, Cork University Press, 1997.
Unmanageable Revolutionaries, by Margaret Ward, Pluto Press, 1995
Maud Gonne: A Life, by Margaret Ward, Pandora Press, 1993


Out and about:

Kilmainham Gaol Museum at Inchicore Road, Dublin - where the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising were executed. The Gaol was a functioning prison between 1796 and 1924.
Pearse Museum - based in the former school run by the leader of the 1916 Easter Rising, Patrick Pearse and is located at St Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham in south Dublin.
National Museum - based at two sites in Dublin; Kildare Street and Collins Barracks in Benburb Street. Since 1997 Collins Barracks has been Ireland’s museum of the decorative arts and of economic, social, political and military history.
The 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour of Dublin - http://www.1916rising.com

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