Between Two Hells: Ferriter takes stock of Ireland’s ‘small-scale’ yet cruel Civil War

Historian Diarmaid Ferriter’s forensic study of the bitter disputes that drove the Irish Civil War is an important addition to our understanding of the war and its legacy

19th September, 2021
Between Two Hells: Ferriter takes stock of Ireland’s ‘small-scale’ yet cruel Civil War
Doctors attending to wounded soldiers in July 1922 after the Battle of Dublin, which marked the beginning of the Irish Civil War: many young men received no support from the state after the war was over. Picture: Getty


Between Two Hells: The Irish Civil War

By Diarmaid Ferriter

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