Friday, 22 February 2019

Ireland fared well from the Great War

The essay 'Home front and everyday life' from 'Our War: Ireland and the Great War' is being made available without charge in remembrance of the author Professor David Fitzpatrick.

... if the world had remained at peace between 1914 and 1918, the Irish would surely have been poorer, less employable, and more troubled by class and sectarian conflict. To that extent, Ireland fared well from the Great War.

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