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The Easter Rising of 1916 and the War against the British are described and illustrated as well. It's a quite lavish work, and the cloth version on big format is well prepared, with a distinctive layout and photographs of good quality.
The Irish Civil War book. Tim Pat Coogan and William Morrison combine insightfull prose with a photo collection of the action during the Irish Civil War from 1922-1923; in which the forces of Irish Free State battled the Irish Republican Army. lt;br,
The American Civil War was the most widely covered conflict of the 19th century. The images would provide posterity with a comprehensive visual record of the war and its leading figures, and make a powerful impression on the populace. Something not generally known by the public is the fact that roughly 70% of the war's documentary photography was captured by the twin lenses of a stereo camera
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A photographic record of Ireland from 1921, when the Irish parliament broke up, to the aftermath of the fighting in 1924. phot book of Irish Civil War. A very good photo history of an incident/period of history subject to much dis- information. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned
A photographic record of Ireland from 1921, when the Irish parliament broke up, to the aftermath of the fighting in 1924. Originally published in 1982 by Macmillan. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. don't waste your money. poor book, like a first draft of a book. Very little information, poor photos, Don't waste your money unless you get in in a car boot sale for £1.
Revolutionary Ireland: A Photographic Record (Hardback). George Morrison (author). Morrison reproduces photographs of the key people and events up to the end of the Civil War and beyond, including the background to the events themselves, as well as the transformative series of revolutionary moments-centred on the Easter Rising of 1916-that created modern Ireland. Ireland is a fine culmination to George Morrison's distinguished career as a documentarist. In this book the camera cuts through the ambiguity; the past is not a different country; it is not even past.
The defninitive Pictorial record of the Irish civil war. 5 years in the birth of a nation - from the break up of the Irish . 5 years in the birth of a nation - from the break up of the Irish Parliament into pro - and anti-treaty factions in the summer of1921 to the aftermath of the bloody fighting in 1924 - preserved by the camera lens.
The photographic history of the Civil War : thousands of. .Maybe the entire US, but these civil war areas were the last holdouts. George Washington had his boyhood home right across the river from where this picture is taken
The photographic history of the Civil War : thousands of scenes photographed 1861-65. Please go there and scroll through the entire book. George Washington had his boyhood home right across the river from where this picture is taken. Yes really! Looking at buildings from what would be possible leftovers from the "Tartary nation" (like in the entire, still existing downtown Richmond) and then looking at more rural towns and architecture is strange.
George Morrison is one of Ireland’s most distinguished filmmakers and photographic restorers. Now in his nineties, he was born in Tramore, Co. Waterford, and is best known for his films Mise Éire (1959) and Saoirse? (1961). He has also made many documentaries and produced a number of important photographic books on modern Irish history, including The Irish Civil War with Tim Pat Coogan. His wife was the legendary Irish Times cookery writer Theodora FitzGibbon.
On January during the Civil War Union general William T. Sherman issued . Image from page 46 of "The photographic history of the Civil War : in ten volumes".
Image from page 46 of "The photographic history of the Civil War : in ten volumes".
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