No ordinary women: Irish female activists in the revolutionary years, 1900-1923

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O'Brien, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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No ordinary women: Irish female activists in the revolutionary years, 1900-23

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Maud Gonne and Countess Markievicz are well known, but few can name other Irish women revolutionaries. Here, Dublin writer McCoole (Hazel: A Life of Lady Lavery) profiles nearly 75 of them, relying ... Read full review

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This is a virtually unknown area of the Irish Revolutionary War of 1900-1923 period. These amazingly brave women, were imprisoned, forced to flee the country and in some cases died to espouse the ... Read full review

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