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by Peter B. Ellis

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Author:
Peter B. Ellis
ISBN13:
978-0856404047
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0856404047
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Dufour Editions (June 1, 1975)
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Originally published: London : Hamilton, 1975. Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-258) and index. The settlement - Charles Fleetwood - Henry Cromwell - The lord deputy - Edmund Ludlow.

Originally published: London : Hamilton, 1975. Cromwell's ruthless colonisation of Ireland is a story of cruelty and terror which still reverberates after more than three hundred years.

Book Condition: Readable copy. All pages complete but the book shows signs of wear which may include worn edges, curled pages, highlighting, etc. In Stock. Condition: Used: Acceptable.

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Hell or Connaught: The Cromwellian Colonisation of Ireland 1652-1660. Hamish Hamilton, London, 1975.

Peter Berresford Ellis Hamish Hamilton 1975 Blackstaff Press 1988 The Cromwellian plantation of Ireland is. .The Cromwellian plantation of Ireland is an event that still resonates to this day, and in Beresford Ellis it has a worthy chronicler.

Peter Berresford Ellis Hamish Hamilton 1975 Blackstaff Press 1988 The Cromwellian plantation of Ireland is an event that still resonates to this day, and in Beresford Ellis it has a worthy chronicler. Beresford Ellis draws on English political pamphlets of the 1640s to argue that the Levellers opposed the invasion.

The Cromwellian Colonisation of Ireland, 1652-1660. by Peter Berresford Ellis.

He had the might of the English Parliament and his New Model army behind him, and he was fresh from his success in the English Civil War, where one of his last acts was to oversee the beheading of King Charles. And he believed he had God on his side.

The Cromwellian Colonization of Ireland 1652-1660; The Boyne Water: The Battle of the Boyne, 1690; A Dictionary of Irish Mythology; and Erin’s Blood Royal. Under his own name he was the author of a bestselling novel The Rising of the Moon, about the Irish Republican Brotherhood’s 1866 attempt to invade Canada. Under the pseudonym of Peter Tremayne, he is best known for his internationally bestselling Sister Fidelma mystery series set in seventh- century Ireland.

ELLIS, Peter BerresfordELLIS, Peter Berresford. Also writes as Peter MacAlan, Peter Tremayne. 1979; (with P. Williams) By Jove

An acclaimed account which chillingly recreates the 'curse of Cromwell', the executions and mass transportations, the confiscation of lands, and the banishment of Irish landowners to 'Hell or Connaught'.
  • This is a great focus on a small time frame and shows the evil that the Irish had to face. Most Americans are brainwashed by the mainstream media. Most Americans seem to believe that only Africans were made slaves. The Irish were sent to die in the Caribbean Islands before the African slaves. This book will keep your interest and also make you angry.
    There were thousands of Irish immigrants who fought on both Confederate and Union sides in America's War Between The States. All these men stated how things were worse in Ireland for the native Irish than what was going on for Negro slaves in the South.
    Of course those that run the newspapers , magazines, and television shows will NEVER show this side of history.
    Americans will continue to play- continue in your fantasy land and keep believing what the liars that run the media tell you.

  • well-written and conceived look at English attitudes and actions toward the Irish during short period of history. Seems
    to me, seeing the lineup of O'Reilly, Kelly, and Hannity on Fox News, that the first thing an Irishman should learn is to not come to
    America and become an Englishman.

  • I hate that I liked it cause of the evil subject matter