Bloody Sunday. London: Peter Davies, 1962. First Edition. Pp, 212. Illustrated with plates. Neat ownership inscription to title-page, otherwise a near fine copy in dust jacket.
Sunday, November 21, 1920, was a decisive day in the Irish nation's long, bloody struggle for independence from Great Britain. Fourteen British secret agents in Dublin were assassinated enabling a small, ill-equipped force of irregulars to impose its will on its centuries-old British rule.