Publisher Description

Whatever may be the ultimate verdict of history upon the long struggle of the majority of the Irish people for self-government, the picture of a small country with large aspirations giving of its best unstintingly to the world, while gaining for itself little beyond sympathy, will appeal to the imagination of future ages long after the Irish Question, as we know it, has been buried. It may then, perhaps, be seen that the aspirations came to nought because they were opposed to the manifest destiny of the race, and that it should never have been expected or desired that the Dark Rosaleen should 'reign and reign alone'.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
1904
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
319
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
214.3
KB

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