Roger Casement in Death: Or, Haunting the Free State
Roger Casement is a major figure in modern Irish history. He was arrested by the British and sentenced to hang for treason. For years there were claims of"Black Diaries" that were fakes. Forensic tests recently commissioned by McCormack have confirm
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