The Great Irish Famine – A History in Four Lives: Personal accounts of the Great Irish Potato Famine by Enda Delaney

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The Great Irish Famine – A History in Four Lives: Personal accounts of the Great Irish Potato Famine

The Great Irish Famine of 1845–52 was one of the most lethal famines in global history: over a million people died, and double that number fled the country within a decade. The Great Irish Famine surveys the history of this great tragedy through the testimonies of four contemporaries, conveying the famine’s immediacy as never before.

The Great Irish Famine of 1845–52 was one of the most lethal famines in global history: over a million people died, and double that number fled the country within a decade. The Great Irish Famine surveys the history of this great tragedy through the testimonies of four contemporaries, conveying the famine’s immediacy as never before.

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