The Flood

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It was a secret organisation and it is thought that it never had more than 2,000 members in it. Their immediate priorities were therefore to amass reinforcements, gather information on volunteer strength and locations and protect strategic positions, including the seat of government, Dublin Castle, which had initially been virtually undefended. Britain could have removed food enough to sustain 13 million (but not 18 million) without starving Ireland.

Pages: 240

Publisher: Saqi Books (April 16, 2012)

ISBN: B007XF8SHC

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