By paul obrien new island 2012 reviewer john dorney this book the latest in paul obriens series about the battles of easter week 1916 about the fighting around the four courts and north king street contains little about the idea of blood sacrifice romantic nationalism democratic mandate or the usual tropes that dominate writing about the rebellion. Crossfire the battle of the four courts 1916 by paul obrien 1036 crossfire the battle of the four courts 1916 by paul obrien a copy that has been read but remains in excellent condition pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting but may contain a neat previous owner name. Crossfire the battle of the four courts 1916 1916 in focus visit paulobrienauthorie for more info as published in the may 2012 issue of an cosantir defender the irish defence forces magazine by sgt wayne fitzgerald dfmagazineie or militaryie. New island books have launched 1916 in focus with paul obriens study of the four courts garrison during easter week the first work in the series obriens last effort uncommon valour which looked at the south dublin union was reviewed here on the blog in february 2010. In dublin on easter monday 1916 commandant edward daly commanding the 1st battalion of the irish volunteers occupied the four courts and the surrounding area ensconced in a labyrinth of streets alleyways and tenement buildings daly and the volunteers created a killing ground that would
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