7 edition of Irish Battles found in the catalog.
by Irish Books & Media
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||326|
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G.A. Hayes-McCoy's book is a great introduction to the nature and methods of Irish warfare. He surveys some of the most influential battles of ancient Irish history, while Cited by: 3.
Irish Battles presents a military history of Ireland in the form Irish Battles book a series of connected studies, recounting fourteen major Irish battles between and The battles examined are: Clontarf, Dublin, Dysert O'Dea, Knockdoe, Farsetmore, Clontibret, The Yellow Ford, Moyry Pass, Kinsale, Benburb, Rathmines, The/5.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Appletree Press Ltd., Includes index. Description: pages, 24 unnumbered. While warfare has been a characteristic of much of Irish history, Irish Battles is the first book to have portrayed the major Irish wars in detail.
Illustrated in full colour, and with plans of each battlefield, it presents a military history of Ireland in the form of connected accounts of the major Irish battles, from Clontarf in to.
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First (and likely the only) edition copies are priced quite reasonably; printed in at U.C. Berkeley Press, is a very interesting book.