The Irish Republic. A Chronicle of the Anglo-Irish Conflict (1937)
Book ID: 63444
The Irish Republic. A Documented Chronicle of the Anglo-Irish Conflict and the Partitioning of Ireland, with a Detailed Account of the Period 1916-1923. With a Preface by Eamon DeValera. London: Gollancz, 1937. First Edition. Pp 1072. With folded map at rear. A near fine copy in black cloth boards, complete in the scarce publisher’s dust jacket (with some loss to tip and tail of spine).
One of the definitive historical accounts of modern Irish history, first published in 1937 & republished many times subsequently.
Dorothy Macardle was a member of the wealthy brewing family who mostly remembered now for this mammoth account of the War of Independence. She also produced a handful of novels.