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Irish Foreign Policy 1919-1966: From Independence to Internationalism

The reviewer's first duty is easily accomplished. This is a feast of entertainment and instruction to the diplomatic historian (and even more to the undiplomatic historian) of Ireland, Britain, Europe, Israel, India, Burma, the British Commonwealth in general, South America, the U.S.A., and the United Nations. It is heavily based on multi-archival evidence, has manyContinue reading “Irish Foreign Policy 1919-1966: From Independence to Internationalism”