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Om Irish Volunteers
Originally edited by F.X. Martin in 1963, this is the 50th anniversary edition of the classic work on the Irish Volunteers. This book is a wonderful and unique historical record of the Irish Volunteer movement, revealing fascinating documents and essays written by the leading members of Irish nationalism, during a period when the Irish people witnessed social and cultural changes that were as radical as anything seen in Irish history. Including contributions by Bulmer Hobson, Eoin MacNeill, Padraig Pearse, Michael Davitt, The O'Rahilly, Eamonn Ceannt, and Sean T. O Ceallaigh, this a rich compendium of essays, original letters, first hand reports, inspiring speeches, newspaper editorials, military and administrative instructions as well as members' subscription lists. This classic text explains how the Irish Volunteers, encompassing a new generation of Irish men and women, oversaw the develop ment of a new and re- energized movement, free from much of the party-political machinations and interference that had hindered Irish nationalist attempts at self-determination in previous decades. As described in these essays, the Irish Volunteers were a 'broad church' encompassing members of the Gaelic League, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Sinn Fein, the IRB, Irish Citizen Army, Cumann na mBan and Fianna Eireann, all contributing to a unified and dynamic coalition. Something new and unprecedented occurred in Irish history - a movement which we are only now beginning to understand in terms of its great and distinctive legacy, a full century later.