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Millar Scott
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10.06
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World of Books Ltd /Biblio
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Paperback. Acceptable. ISBN 1844881202 9781844881208 [GB]
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Millar, Scott,Hanley, Brian
USD
10.11
SN Books Ltd /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Penguin Ireland] Softcover Orders shipped daily from the UK. Professional seller.
[Thetford, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2009]
Millar, Scott
USD
10.12
WorldofBooks /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Dublin, Penguin Ireland, 2009.] Softcover A readable copy of the book which may include some defects such as highlighting and notes. Cover and pages may be creased and show discolouration.
[Goring-By-Sea, WS, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2009]
Hanley, Brian; Millar, Scott
USD
12.17
Corkrarebooks /Abebooks
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Penguin Ireland] Softcover First Edition Everybody knows about the Provisional IRA, which perpetrated the lion's share of republican violence during the Troubles. But there was another IRA, the Official IRA: a republican-socialist paramilitary organization that played an underestimated part in the Troubles and was linked to a series of political parties which eventually achieved a striking influence in the south of Ireland while attempting to bring about an Irish socialist republic. In The Lost Revolution, Brian Hanley and Scott Millar tell the full story of this movement for the first time. Hanley and Millar trace the development of republican socialism through the civil rights movement, the outbreak of the Troubles and the IRA split. They show that the Official IRA continued to operate long after its 1972 cease-fire, and document the use of armed robbery and other forms of crime to fund the movement. And they chronicle the growth - in sophistication and popularity - of the Workers' Party, which was a force to be reckoned with in the Dáil during the 1980s and (as Democratic Left) early 1990s. Although ultimately unsuccessful, the Official republican movement played a decisive role in the shaping of modern Ireland. A roll-call of influential personalities in the fields of politics, trade unionism and the media - including Eamon Gilmore, Eoghan Harris, Liz McManus and Des Geraghty - passed through its r ...
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Hanley, Brian, Millar, Scott
USD
12.97
Better World Books Ltd /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Dublin, Penguin Ireland, 2009.] Softcover Ships from the UK. Former library book; may include library markings. Used book that is in clean, average condition without any missing pages.
[Dunfermline, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2009]
Millar Scott Hanley Brian
USD
14.13
S N Books Ltd /Biblio
Penguin Ireland, Date: 2009-09-03. Paperback. Good. 4.1968 cent in x 23.1824 cent in x 14.7888 cent in. 2009. Penguin Ireland ISBN 1844881202 9781844881208 [GB]
Hanley, Brian; Millar, Scott
USD
17.12
Caffrey Books /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Penguin Ireland, Dublin] Softcover
[London, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2009]
Hanley Brian Millar Scott
USD
19.21
Better World Books Ltd /Biblio
Used - Good. Ships from the UK. Former library book; may include library markings. Used book that is in clean, average condition without any missing pages. ISBN 1844881202 9781844881208 [GB]
Hanley Brian/Millar Scott
USD
58.21
Inanna Rare Books Ltd. /Biblio
Date: 2009. Dublin, Penguin Ireland, 2009. 15,5 cm x 23,5 cm. XIII, 658 pages. Original, illustrated Softcover. This now out-of-print copy is in very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Includes for example the following chapters: The Patriot Game / Army of the People 1962-1968 / A New Revolution / 1969: Backlash / 'Brothers fighting Brothers' / The 'Pogrom' / Hunger Strikes, Haughey and Heroin / Workers Unite! / The Flight from Socialism etc. Everybody knows about the Provisional IRA, which perpetrated the lion's share of republican violence during the Troubles. But there was another IRA, the Official IRA: a republican-socialist paramilitary organization that played an underestimated part in the Troubles and was linked to a series of political parties which eventually achieeved a striking influence in the south of Ireland while attempting to bring about an Irish socialist repiblic. In 'The Lost Revolution', Brian Hanley and Scott Millar tell the full story of this movement for the first time. (Source: Back cover) 2009. ISBN 1844881202 9781844881208 [IE]
Hanley, Brian/Millar, Scott.
USD
58.43
Inanna Rare Books Ltd. /Abebooks
ISBN10: 1844881202, ISBN13: 9781844881208, [publisher: Dublin, Penguin Ireland.] Softcover 15,5 cm x 23,5 cm. XIII, 658 pages. Original, illustrated Softcover. This now out-of-print copy is in very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Includes for example the following chapters: The Patriot Game / Army of the People 1962-1968 / A New Revolution / 1969: Backlash / 'Brothers fighting Brothers' / The 'Pogrom' / Hunger Strikes, Haughey and Heroin / Workers Unite! / The Flight from Socialism etc. Everybody knows about the Provisional IRA, which perpetrated the lion's share of republican violence during the Troubles. But there was another IRA, the Official IRA: a republican-socialist paramilitary organization that played an underestimated part in the Troubles and was linked to a series of political parties which eventually achieeved a striking influence in the south of Ireland while attempting to bring about an Irish socialist repiblic. In 'The Lost Revolution', Brian Hanley and Scott Millar tell the full story of this movement for the first time. (Source: Back cover) Sprache: english.
[Skibbereen, CORK, Ireland] [Publication Year: 2009] ...
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Hanley Brian/Millar Scott
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63.70
Bonita /Biblio
Paperback. Good. Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. ISBN 1844881202 9781844881208 [US]

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