Edited by John Cunningham, Francis Devine & Sonja Tiernan
Published in association with the Umiskin Press. 454 pages, including index and coloured photographs
The Irish Labour History Society (ILHS) was established in 1973, with a founding objective, as outlined in our constitution, to; ‘promote the knowledge of Irish labour and of Irish people in labour history abroad and labour history in general; the appreciation of the importance of labour history in the educational curriculum; and the preservation of all records and reminiscences, oral and written, relating to the current and past experiences of the Irish working class and its organisations’.
ILHS Membership Subscription for 2024 is now due and open to new members. Membership for 2024 includes the current edition of the society’s journal “Saothar 48”.
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Review of ‘Eoin MacNeill – the Pen and the Sword’
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