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. Dublin: Irish Press, 1951. New edition (fourth printing). Pp, 1045. With folded maps at rear. Blue cloth, title lettered in gilt to spine, in publisher's grey dust jacket printed in blue. A good copy.
One of the definitive historical accounts of modern Irish history, first published in 1937.
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.