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May 13 , 2008

A History of the Irish at Home and Abroad


This history attempts to give a true account of the Irish and may read very differently from long established and accepted school or other standard history books. Read how the Irish twice came perilously close to total extinction; how the British, the Catholic Church, the Protestant Ascendancy and even Ireland´s own Government mistreated them; how hundreds of thousands of Irish were sold into slavery and were cold bloodedly allowed to starve during the famine years. How millions were forced to migrate and what happened to that diaspora.

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