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Name: Irish Bulletin, Volume One

Subtitle: (Hardback)

Author: Eireann, Dail

Editor: Lane, Jack

Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Aubane Historical Society

Published: 2012

ISBN: 978-1-903497-75-3

Contents: The Irish Bulletin was the official newspaper of the Irish Government during the War of Independence. Its aim was to provide those outside Ireland with the Government's case and the facts of the war that it had to wage. This information could not otherwise be obtained because of the suppression by the British of all other outlets that put the Irish Government's case. It was produced with minimal resources and under constant threat of suppression. It was therefore an underground publication despite being the paper of a legitimate Government.

It was unadorned with any other content except straightforward factual and irrefutable information. This is what made its reputation and because of that it became one of the most powerful weapons in the war that eventually proved successful.

It deserves an honoured place in Irish history, yet it has never been republished and it is hardly referred to by our contemporary historians—and when it is—it is almost inevitably in disparaging terms.

This is the first volume of the paper reproduced as faithfully as possible to the original. Other volumes will follow.

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Price: £45.00

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Name: Irish Education

Subtitle: The Case For Secular Reform

Author: Alvey, Dave

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Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 1991

ISBN: 1 874032 00 9

Contents: Preface by Michael D. Higgins T.D. 144 pp.

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Price: £11.50

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Name: Irish Foreign Affairs

Subtitle: Yearly Subscription

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Editor: Irish Political Review Group

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

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ISBN: ISSN 2009-132X

Contents: A quarterly magazine devoted to an historical examination of independent Irish foreign policy.

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Price: £16.00

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Name: Irish Foreign Affairs (PDF)

Subtitle: Yearly Subscription (Electronic Edition)

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Name: Irish Political Review And Northern Star

Subtitle: Yearly Subscription

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Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

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ISBN: ISSN:—0790-7672

Contents: Published monthly.

The IPR carries analysis of Irish and Northern Ireland current affairs, as well as items of European and international significance.

Includes Labour Comment.

Current and past editorials from the IPR can be read on this site.

Some past issues of the magazine may also be downloaded from there.

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Name: Irish Political Review And Northern Star (PDF)

Subtitle: Yearly Subscription (Electronic Edition)

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Name: Irish Solidarity with Cuba Libre

Subtitle: A Fenian Eyewitness Account Of The First Cuban War Of Independence

Author: O'Riordan, Manus

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Category: General

Publisher: SIPTU

Published: 2009

ISBN: 978-0-9555823-1-9

Contents: Midway through Cuba's first War of Independence (1868-78), as war correspondent for the New York Herald, the Fenian leader James J. O'Kelly (1843-1916) brought the Cuban fight for freedom to world attention.

As a contribution towards internationalist solidarity and understanding, this SIPTU publication wishes to commemorate both the centenary of its own foundation in 1909 and the 50th anniversary of the 1959 Cuban Revolution.

Primarily consisting of O'Kelly's own vivid and dramatic eyewitness reports from Cuba, it is introduced by an extensive biographical essay from SIPTU's Head of Research, Manus O'Riordan, in which he details and critically evaluates the lengthy political career of James J. O'Kelly: as Fenian leader, as Home Rule MP, and—above all else—as the foremost 19th century exponent of Irish internationalist solidarity with liberation struggles in both Cuba and Africa.

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Price: £15.00

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Name: James Connolly Re-Assessed

Subtitle: The Irish And European Context

Author: O'Riordan, Manus

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Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Aubane Historical Society

Published: 2006

ISBN: 1 903497 26 4

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Price: £5.00

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Name: Joe Devlin: What Now?

Subtitle: His Confrontation Of The British Parliament after the 1918 Election

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Editor: Clifford, Brendan

Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2007

ISBN: 978 1 874158 19 6

Contents: Joseph Devlin, Member of Parliament for West Belfast, was one of the triumvirate of Irish Home Rule leaders from the beginning of the 20th century until 1918; the other two were John Redmond and John Dillon. Redmond was the nominal leader of the Party—the Chairman. Dillon was the guardian of its ideology. Devlin was the creator and leader of the body which gave at least a sembalnce of internal political or spiritual life to the Party which dominated the Irish electoral scene but refused to take part in the Government of the state—the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

This booklet consists of an Introduction by Brendan Clifford, Devlin's speech in the House of Commons following the general election of 1918, a short chapter on The Grammar Of Anarchy, some material of Devlin's Election Campaign Against Sinn Féin in 1918 and a chapter on William O'Brien.

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Name: Karl Lueger And The Twilight Of Imperial Vienna

Subtitle: The Life And Work Of A Municipal Socialist And Precursor Of Christian Democracy

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Editor: Clifford, Angela

Category: German-Irish Collection

Publisher: Belfast Historical & Educational Society

Published: 2002

ISBN: 1 872078 07 9

Contents: Karl Lueger's achievements were unique. He discredited the Austrian Free Marketeers in the closing decades of the 19th century, built a popular base for himself, established a new kind of European politics, and modernised and socialised the City of Vienna in his years as Mayor, 1897 to 1910 (when he died). Yet he is hardly known outside Austria. The reason for this is that after 1945 he was travestied into a forerunner of Adolf Hitler by slipshod historians and propagandists of the victorious powers. In fact Hitler, who lived in Vienna during his Mayoralty, admired him as a social reformer but rejected his social philosophy because it was not racist. It would be as reasonable to represent the influential British economist, J. M. Keynes, as Hitler's forerunner on the ground that Keynes's economic theories were first put into effect in Nazi Germany. When Nazi Germany took over Austria, Lueger's successors in the leadership of the Christian Social party, which he founded, were arrested and sent to Concentration Camps along with the leaders of the Social Democracy. In the generation after the Second World War the stability of Western Europe was chiefly the work of the Christian Democracy, of which Lueger's Christian Social movement was the pioneer. This book, composed of extracts from a number of biographies of Lueger translated by Philip O'Connor, seeks to introduce Mayor Lueger to the English-speaking world—which has plenty to learn about community politics. An introduction by Angela Clifford takes up perceptions of Lueger in the context of her own Viennese and Palestinian background, and Councillor Mark Langhammer—who also has links with a lost Middle Europe—supplies a Preface.

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