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By this time Connolly’s rhetoric had begun to resemble that of Patrick Pearse. Tíagait i fásach do aithrigi a peccad fri día. Over the last 30 years, the First World War and its literature have been powerfully reconfigured. The Act of Union had resulted in Ireland's economy being absorbed by Britain. At Red Rag you will always find a great choice of limited edition prints and art prints from British artists. But, the German government repented and paid $100 billion (dollars) reparations to Jews while the British government and its Dublin surrogates still use terror and slander against those who commemorate the Irish Holocaust.

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Publisher: Severn House Pub Ltd (December 1988)

ISBN: 0727816357

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