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From an award-winning journalist, this is a study of Ireland during the Second World War. It covers a range of topics, from German U-boats to conscription attempts in Northern Ireland. It also talks about Ireland's neutrality during the period, which is relevant for contemporary times.
Robert Fisk is Foreign Correspondent of the London Independent, based in the Middle East. An expert on Middle Eastern affairs and contemporary global conflicts, he has won more British and international journalism awards than any other foreign correspondent and is a seven-time winner of the British Press Award's Foreign Reporter of the Year award. He is the bestselling author of a number of books including The Point of No Return (1975), Pity the Nation (2001) and The Great War for Civilisation (2005). He lives between Beirut, Paris and Dublin.