Ireland has been occupied by the military force of England for centuries, and rebellions are just a fact of life. But things take a turn for the worse in 1972, in Northern Ireland, when demonstrations and peace marches end with English paratroopers firing on the crowd and senselessly killing thirteen people in what becomes known as Bloody Sunday. The violence leads many to join the ranks of the Irish Republican Army-including cousins Jack Danaher and Sean Curran, who carry out their missions with will and determination. In the past, many survivors of The Great Famine would leave for distant shores. Those who remained would drive a Fenian uprising and leave their descendants to continue the fight toward Irish independence. But sides were taken and alliances formed. Loyalists and Republicans engage in clandestine planning and continue a war that seemingly has no end in sight, but one side may take the upper hand in The Irish Terrorist.
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|Size: ||273 KB|
|Publisher: ||Lulu Publishing Services|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781483424606 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|