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Democracy : the curse of Cromwell / Daniel J Nolan.

By: Nolan, Daniel J.
Publisher: Bray, Co. wicklow : Malbay publishing, 2015Description: 255 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781908726032 : (hbk.).Subject(s): Democracy -- Ireland -- History | National characteristics, Irish | Ireland -- HistoryDDC classification: 941.5 Summary: The history of the vanquished is written by their conquerors and the conquerors' descendents. Most Irish history appears to be a confused combination of myth, fantasy, fiction, fairy tales and lies. In this book Daniel Nolan sets out a more probable scenario to explain the likely origins of the native Irish people as Hebrew-Phoenician, and how they have been oppressed by invaders starting with the Vikings first raid 1,220 years ago.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The history of the vanquished is written by their conquerors and the conquerors' descendents. Most Irish history appears to be a confused combination of myth, fantasy, fiction, fairy tales and lies. In this book Daniel Nolan sets out a more probable scenario to explain the likely origins of the native Irish people as Hebrew-Phoenician, and how they have been oppressed by invaders starting with the Vikings first raid 1,220 years ago.

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