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Nation mourned [Peter Barnes, James McCormick] martyrs for Ireland; 1990 Barnes/McCormick 50th Anniversary. by

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Published by Barnes/McCormick Advisory Committee in [County Offaly] .
Written in English


  • Barnes, Peter, -- 1907-1940.,
  • MacCormick, James, -- 1910-1940.

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Pagination47p. :
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17369458M

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