By Pádraig Yeates
This interesting background seems at how the lives of standard Dubliners have been laid low with those 3 significant occasions. Why did such a lot of working-class Dublin males sign up for the British military? How did the city’s 92,000 Protestants fare during this turbulent time? Dubliners fought on each side within the Easter emerging. What have been their motivations? How did Sinn Féin and the Catholic Church marginalise Labour within the conflict for political keep watch over of town after the emerging? Why did such a lot of Dubliners enjoy the British struggle attempt, in particular tenement households and dealing ladies? Pádraig Yeates discusses each one of those intimately and likewise appears to be like at how the inhabitants fed itself in the course of challenging occasions, the influence of the conflict on song halls, baby cruelty, prostitution, public future health and masses extra. The Dublin as we all know it was once formed in those years. And this eye-catching booklet takes you again to these instances to polish a brand new gentle at the urban today.
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A City in Wartime – Dublin 1914–1918: The Easter Rising 1916 (Dublin at War) by Pádraig Yeates