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Ireland in World War Two

Neutrality and the Art of Survival



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Ireland in World War Two: Neutrality and the Art of Survival
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Ireland's in World War Two deals with the period from 1919 to 1945, covering such areas as: Defence and the New Irish State; Finance and the Economy; German Espionage in Ireland; Con Cremin in Berlin; Domestic Politics; The Belfast Blitz; the Irish Volunteers; and New Directions in Research.

Author Biography

Professor Dermot Keogh is Head of History at University College Cork. He is a graduate of UCD and received his PhD from European University Institute, Florence. He has been a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Centre, Washington DC on two occasions; a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Irish Studies at Queen's University Belfast in 1990; and in 2002-3 he was a Jean Monet Fellow at the EUI, Florence. He has held Fulbright professorships in the US on two occasions. A member of the Royal Irish Academy and one of the foremost authorities on the history of modern Ireland, his other interests include labour history, Church-State relations and Latin America.
Release date NZ
July 31st, 2004
Edited by Dermot Keogh Edited by Mervyn O'Driscoll
Country of Publication
The Mercier Press Ltd
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