Memories of Volunteers from England who joined the Easter Rising.

In the middle of the Great War, members of the Irish community in British cities resolved to travel to Dublin to prepare for a rebellion to achieve Independence for Ireland.

The part played by the Manchester Volunteers has never before been made public; at last this exciting story of the Easter Rising and its build up can be brought to life in the words of those who took part.

Here are the experiences of a group of ordinary Volunteers who spent Easter Week under fire behind barricades or in the GPO. It concentrates on the human stories of two of them, a piper and a political radical, and also of their friend from Dublin who fought with the women’s volunteers, the Cumann na mBan.

This book captures the rebellious spirit of those times when Volunteers from England fought for Irish independence and to create a fairer world.

 To be published mid November 2015

220  pages-44 Illustrations including some  unique period photographs.

ISBN: 978-0-9934399-0-2

£14.99.

Available  from all good book shops

or order in advance, direct from the author –  secure payment via paypal

Postage and packing

UK –       One copy £2-80    Two copies £2-50    More than two copies  free.

Europe- One copy £6-60     Two copies £9-60    Please ask about larger quantities

USA-     One copy £10-15  Two copies £14-65  Please ask about larger quantities

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Or you can write and post me a cheque-

Robin Stocks, 399 Wakefield Road,Denby Dale, West Yorkshire, HD8 8QD  United Kingdom.

The Kindle edition will be available  from Amazon.

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