Ireland's forgotten past : a history of the overlooked & disremembered

2020, Book , 223 pages :
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Summary/Review: Why did the Romans never try to conquer Ireland? Why did the King of Spain give his name to an Irish county? And how did brandy change the course of I more...
Summary/Review: Why did the Romans never try to conquer Ireland? Why did the King of Spain give his name to an Irish county? And how did brandy change the course of Irish history? Turtle Bunbury explores unexpected corners of the past to offer an informative and entertaining glimpse into 36 lesser-known tales from Irish history, from the eruption of a massive volcano in County Armagh sixty million years ago to more recent events that have made Ireland the vibrant place it is today. In his inimitable sparkly style, Bunbury explores the people and events from high to low that played major roles in Ireland's fascinating past but have since been overlooked. These alternative annals include tales of spymasters and scientists, battlefields and brothels, tailors and traitors. 'Ireland's Forgotten Past' paints a surprising, witty and engaging new portrait of an Ireland you thought you knew.
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    Brentwood
    Book Due: 25/11/2020 On loan 941.5 BUN
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    Reference Hum & Soc Sci 2nd Fl Reference Open Shelf In Library 941.5 BUN