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Military rule in Ireland.

Robert Erskine Childers

Military rule in Ireland.

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Published by Talbot Press in Dublin .
Written in English


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"Series of eight articles contributed to the Daily News, March-May, 1920, with notes and an additional chapter" - titlepage.

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Open LibraryOL13722065M


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