1 thought on “Brother Against Brother

  1. Deasy was working on this about his experience on the Irish Civil War when he died, in 1974. The book resents from the sketchy feature, contrasting with the in-depth work on his "Towards Ireland Free", about the War of Independence, published only one year before his death. In several points the editor's hand, assembling the notes together, is noticeable on the text. In spite of these issues, the little book (only 126 pages) remains an essential reading to anyone trying to understand the Civil W [...]

  2. Overall, a good book for the researcher and enthusiast.Read for personal research. I found this work of immense interest.I found this book's contents helpful and inspiring - number rating relates to the book's contribution to my needs.Overall, this work is also a good resource for the researcher and enthusiast.

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