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Neither Friend nor Foe? Irish Neutrality in the Second World War

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 May 2006

DONAL Ó DRISCEOIL
Affiliation:
Department of History, Tyrconnell, University College Cork, Ireland; D.ODriscoll@ucc.ie.

Abstract

Robert Brennan, Ireland Standing Firm: My Wartime Mission in Washington and Eamon de Valera – A Memoir, ed. Richard H. Rupp (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2002), 182 pp., €20.00 (pb), ISBN 1900621681.

John P. Duggan, Herr Hempel at the German Legation in Dublin, 1937–1945 (Dublin and Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, 2003), 328 pp., €45.00 (hb), ISBN 0716527464.

Mark Hull, Irish Secrets: German Espionage in Wartime Ireland, 1939–1945 (Dublin and Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, 2003), 383 pp., €55.00 (hb), ISBN 0716527561.

MI5 and Ireland, 1939–1945: The Official History, ed. and introduced by Eunan O'Halpin (Dublin and Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, 2003), 130 pp., €55.00 (hb), ISBN 0716527545.

Type
Review Articles
Copyright
Cambridge University Press 2006

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Footnotes

Donal Ó Drisceoil teaches in the Department of History, University College Cork, and is joint editor of Saothar: Journal of Irish Labour History. Recent publications include Peadar O'Donnell (2001), (co-author) Serving a City: The Story of Cork's English Market (2005); (co-editor) Politics and the Irish Working Class, 1830–1945 (2005).