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De Valera Volume 1

by David McCullagh Gill Books (October 20, 2017)

Éamon de Valera was the single most consequential Irish figure of the twentieth century. He was a leader in the Easter Rising, the figurehead of the anti-Treaty rebels during the dark days of the Civil War...


The Evolution of Irish Nationalist Politics

by Tom Garvin Gill Books (September 13, 2005)

Professor Tom Garvin’s classic work studies the growth of nationalism in Ireland from the middle of the eighteenth century to modern times.

It traces the continuity of tradition from earlier organisations,...


Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland 1858-1928

by Tom Garvin Gill Books (September 13, 2005)

The present-day Republic of Ireland was created by a revolutionary elite which developed between 1858 and 1914. Here, one of Ireland’s most eminent historians, Professor Tom Garvin, considers the social origins...


The Abbey Rebels of 1916

by Fearghal McGarry Gill Books (October 30, 2015)

The story of the 1916 Easter Rising and its aftermath from a new persepective

The Abbey Theatre played a leading role in the politicisation of the revolutionary generation that won Irish freedom, but comparatively...


The Easter Rebellion

by Max Caulfield Gill Books (March 01, 1995)

This is a scrupulously researched and superbly written account of the events of that fateful week.

The narrative proceeds almost on an hour-by-hour basis building up a picture which, while immensely detailed,...


A City in Turmoil – Dublin 1919–1921

by Pádraig Yeates Gill Books (September 21, 2012)

Dublin was the cockpit of the Irish Revolution. It was in the capital that Dáil Éireann convened and built an alternative government to challenge the authority of Dublin Castle; it was where the munitions...


Funding the Nation

by Michael Keyes Gill Books (September 30, 2011)

Daniel O’Connell created the Catholic nation in 1820s Ireland and in the process he gave birth to popular politics.

Ahead of America where Andrew Jackson was creating his own brand of popular politics, O’Connell...


The People's Rising

by Daniel Gahan Gill Books (October 01, 1995)

The Wexford Rising of 1798 was the most bloody campaign in Irish history since the Williamite wars. In little than a month, over 30,000 people died. The Rising, which had been launched on a tide of revolutionary...


The Irish War of Independence

by Micahel Hopkinson Gill Books (March 24, 2004)

Within months of first publication, Michael Hopkinson's study of the Irish War of Independence established itself as by far most comprehensive and evocative account of the role played by the conflict in shaping...


Dublin Easter 1916 The French Connection

by Bill Mc Cormack Gill Books (September 28, 2012)

All revolutionary movements since 1789 have looked instinctively to the French model. In this book, Bill Mc Cormack demonstrates that the French influence in Ireland was indeed profound, especially in the years...


A History of Ireland in 250 Episodes  – Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Irish History

by Jonathan Bardon Gill Books (October 31, 2008)

THE ONLY BOOK ON IRISH HISTORY YOU’LL EVER NEED!

From invasions to rebellions, heroic martyrs to pragmatic politicians, industrial development to mass emigration, A History of Ireland in 250 Episodes by renowned...


James Connolly, A Full Life

by Donal Nevin Gill Books (August 30, 2005)

‘Hasn’t it been a full life, Lillie, and isn’t this a good end?’, were James Connolly’s last words to his wife in Dublin Castle in the early hours of 12 May 1916 just before his execution for his part...


Nineteenth-Century Ireland (New Gill History of Ireland 5)

by D. George Boyce Gill Books (September 27, 2005)

The elusive search for stability is the subject of Professor D. George Boyce’s Nineteenth-Century Ireland, the fifth in the New Gill History of Ireland series.

Nineteenth-century Ireland began and ended in...


Destiny of the Soldiers – Fianna Fáil, Irish Republicanism and the IRA, 1926–1973

by Donnacha Ó Beacháin Gill Books (June 21, 2011)

Incisive, engaging and thought-provoking, Destiny of the Soldiers charts Fianna Fáil’s political and ideological evolution from its revolutionary origins through extended periods in office.

Fianna Fáil is...


Seán MacBride, A Life

by Elizabeth Keane Gill Books (October 16, 2007)

An exceptional man, an extraordinary career – a life of Seán MacBride, Ireland’s most distinguished statesman

Sean MacBride (1904–1988) was at different times the Chief of Staff of the IRA, a top criminal...


A Short History of the Irish Revolution, 1912 to 1927

by Richard Killeen Gill Books (April 10, 2007)

The years of the Irish revolution were the crucible of modern Ireland. Richard Killeen's authoritative survey of the period is an ideal introduction to this tumultuous time.

The Irish revolution began with the...


Theobald Wolfe Tone (1763–98), A Life

by Henry Boylan Gill Books (October 01, 1997)

The definitive short biography of Theobald Wolfe Tone (1763–98), the founding father of Irish republicanism

Originally published in 1981 as part of the groundbreaking Gill’s Irish Lives series, Theobald...


Charles Stewart Parnell, A Biography

by F.S.L. Lyons Gill Books (October 04, 2005)

In this masterly biography, F.S.L. Lyons tackles the life and times of one of the greatest Irish statesmen of modern times. One of modern Irish biography’s great triumphs, Charles Stewart Parnell has never...


Twentieth-Century Ireland (New Gill History of Ireland 6)

by Dermot Keogh Gill Books (September 27, 2005)

Professor Dermot Keogh’s Twentieth-Century Ireland, the sixth and final book in the New Gill History of Ireland series, is a wide-ranging, informative and hugely engaging study of the long twentieth century,...


Redmond – A Life Undone

by Chris Dooley Gill Books (September 18, 2015)

Dramatic and immersive, Redmond is a provocative reassessment of John Redmond, Home Rule campaigner and one of Ireland’s most brilliant political minds.

‘A vivid portrayal of one of the great political campaigns...


A City in Civil War – Dublin 1921–1924

by Pádraig Yeates Gill Books (April 14, 2015)

The long-awaited concluding volume of Pádraig Yeates’ ‘Dublin at War’ trilogy

In A City in Civil War: Dublin 1921–1924, acclaimed historian Pádraig Yeates turns his attention to Ireland’s bloody and...


Paisanos

by Tim Fanning Gill Books (August 25, 2016)

The epic story of the forgotten Irish men and women who changed the face of Latin America forever.

In the early nineteenth century, thousands of volunteers left Ireland behind to join the fight for South American...


Irish Rogues and Rascals – From Francis Shackleton to Charlie Haughey

by Joseph McArdle Gill Books (October 16, 2007)

Irish history is littered with rogues, larger-than-life characters who range from cheeky scamps to vicious chancers. In Irish Rogues and Rascals, Joseph MacArdle looks at some of the most notorious Irishmen...


Eighteenth-Century Ireland (New Gill History of Ireland 4)

by Ian McBride Gill Books (October 02, 2009)

The eighteenth century is in many ways the most problematic era in Irish history. Traditionally, the years from 1700 to 1775 have been short-changed by historians, who have concentrated overwhelmingly on the...