The Paper Wall: Newspapers and Propaganda in Ireland 1919-1921

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Collins Press, 2008 - History - 250 pages
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Over 500,000 papers sold daily in Ireland during the War of Independence when propaganda and publicity played a vital role. How did the papers report on events? What were their motivations and beliefs? What outside influences existed? Answering these questions brings a fresh perspective to the years preceding the birth of the Irish state.

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User Review  - A. Mary - Goodreads

Kenneally's exploration is often quite staid, but his methodology makes for a revealing study that clicks another puzzle piece into place. The role played by newspapers in England and in Ireland is an ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Diil Eireann and the IRA
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The Freemans Journal
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Copyright

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