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  • Author:
    Tom Johnstone
  • ISBN:
    0717119947
  • ISBN13:
    978-0717119943
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  • Publisher:
    Gill & Macmillan Ltd; 1st Edition edition (November 30, 1992)
  • Pages:
    546 pages
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    Europe
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This book is the first comprehensive overview of Irish participation in the war.

Among the great wars of history there are few, if any, instances ofso long and successfully sustained a struggle, against .

Among the great wars of history there are few, if any, instances ofso long and successfully sustained a struggle, against enormousodds, as that of the Seven Years' War, maintained by Prussia-thena small and comparatively insignificant kingdom-against Russia,Austria, and France simultaneously, who were aided also by theforces of most of the minor principalities of Germany.

4 Committee of the Irish National War Memorial, Ireland’s memorial records, 1914–1918: being the names of.

4 Committee of the Irish National War Memorial, Ireland’s memorial records, 1914–1918: being the names of Irishmen who fell in the Great European War, 1914–1918, (8 vols, Dublin, 1923). 5 For thematic surveys, see Winter, Jay (e., The Cambridge history of the First World War (3 vols, Cambridge, 2014), iii, Civil society. Statistics, from the Labour Gazette, are based on the number of unemployment books lodged compulsorily at labour exchanges or unemployment fund offices, the number insured being estimated annually as in July. Returns of unemployment in printing were supplied by the trades unions.

Nearly a third of a million Irishmen fought in the Great War and 50,000 died. There was a significant Irish presence in every major theatre of war. The Irish were mobilised in three divisions - the 10th, the 16th and the 36th - as well as in the traditional Irish regiments. In all, 72 battalions were raised and saw active service. While the achievements of the 36th - especially on the Somme - are well known, the stories of the 10th and 16th have remained largely untold until now. Tom Johnstone's book is the first comprehensive overview of Irish participation in the war. as such, it is a major addition not just to Irish history but to the history of war in general.