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A fascinating examination of the extraordinary life of Roger Casement, executed as part of the 1916 rising, fighting the empire that had previously knighted him. Ultimately, he was hanged in Pentonville prison on the 3 August—two years to the day after Britain’s declaration of war in 1914.
'sympathetic and well-structured study … admirable contribution to a timely series of studies of the sixteen men executed for their part in the rebellion of 1916' ‘Brea’ Digital Journal of Irish Studies
Publisher: The O'Brien Press