The Re-Conquest of Ireland. Dublin: Published at Liberty Hall and Printed by Trade Union Labour on Irish Paper, 1915. First Edition. pp, 64. Publisher's red wrappers with drawing depicting an ancient Celtic figure within decorative boarder, to upper cover. Covers lightly faded, contents in fine bright condition.
A very scarce item which was published on a printing press installed by James Connolly in Liberty Hall in 1915.
The Liberty Press also published a new insurrectionist series of the weekly ‘The Workers’ Republic’ in succession to ‘The Irish Worker’ which had been suppressed in December, 1914. Liberty Hall became an arsenal of the ideas and the material of revolution.
"The conquest of Ireland had meant the social and political servitude of the Irish masses, and therefore the re-conquest of Ireland must mean the social as well as the political independence from servitude of every man, woman and child in Ireland."