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Short History of Ireland epub ebook

by Martin Wallace

Short History of Ireland epub ebook

Author: Martin Wallace
Category: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: David & Charles (October 25, 1973)
Pages: 168 pages
ISBN: 0715363069
ISBN13: 978-0715363065
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 169
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A Short History Of Ireland book. Martin Wallace proves that he took a lot of time and effort in making a book that has Ireland's history throughout different periods of time

A Short History Of Ireland book. Martin Wallace proves that he took a lot of time and effort in making a book that has Ireland's history throughout different periods of time. It is very interesting to see how Ireland is similar and different to the United States. However, the book is mostly paragraphs of information that makes the book less interesting to read as you go further into the book. After the main Chapters, there were sections about famous writers, politicians, et. which is better organized and brief (not too much info) that does not bore the reader.

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Martin Wallace (Author), Ian McCullough (illustrator) (Author). A concise small book. While probably written for children, it gives a short history and our wild probably written for children, it gives a short history of Ireland. In particular, it gives concise picture of the great potato famine

Martin Wallace (Author), Ian McCullough (illustrator) (Author). In particular, it gives concise picture of the great potato famine. A 50% from failure in 1845 when My grand uncle was born. A larger crop failure and 1846 when John and his parents left Ireland. And a complete crop failure in 1847. Enlightening, Especially if you have limited time to read about Ireland.

Pre-Christian Ireland - The coming of Christianity - The Normans in Ireland - The Tudor conquest - Ireland under the Stuarts - The Protestant nation - Ireland under the Union - Modern Ireland - Discovering Irish history - Soldiers, statesmen and patriots - Irish writers - Important dates - Further.

The first evidence of human presence in Ireland may date to about 12,500 years ago. The receding of the ice after the Younger Dryas cold phase of the Quaternary around 9700 BC, heralds the beginning of Prehistoric Ireland, which includes the archaeol. The receding of the ice after the Younger Dryas cold phase of the Quaternary around 9700 BC, heralds the beginning of Prehistoric Ireland, which includes the archaeological periods known as the Mesolithic, the Neolithic from about 4000 BC, the Copper and Bronze Age from about 2300 BC and Iron Age beginning about 600 BC. Ireland's prehistory ends with the emergence of "protohistoric" Gaelic Ireland in the 2nd and 3r. .

Short History of Ireland - Pocket Guide (Pocket Guides). Contains concise biographies of important patriot figures and Irish writers as well as a chronologic timeline of important dates in Ireland's history.

Title: A Little History of Ireland (Little Histories). Authors: Wallace, Martin. Condition: Used; Good. A Little History of Ireland by Martin Wallace (Hardback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Books : Short History of Ireland (Pocket Guides) (Paperback). Books : Short History of Ireland (Pocket Guides) (Paperback).

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Reviews (2)
Hadadel
This is a well documented book on Ireland's history. Easy read. If you're planning trip to Ireland, purchase and take it with you.

Macill
This gives an account of a readable outline on Ireland's history beginning from the first inhabitants and pre-christian era to past and today's Ireland's troubles and economy, political, social and religious norms. Contains concise biographies of important patriot figures and Irish writers as well as a chronologic timeline of important dates in Ireland's history.

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