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Roscommon Herald

August 22, 2019

Echoes of Their Footsteps, “a recently-completed landmark trilogy of books detailing the Irish Republican Army during the first half of the twentieth century, have thrown a fascinating spotlight on the activities of personnel that operated with the ranks locally.”


June 25, 2019

“With the Decade of Centenaries closing in on the centenary of the War of Independence and Civil War, an in-depth knowledge of this bloody and controversial period in Irish history is perhaps more relevant that ever.”

Tommy Marren Mid West radio, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo.

August 20, 2019

“Echoes of Their Footsteps is a set of mind-boggling books. . . they are extraordinary publications. . . .People need to see these books to appreciate them. . . .they will live in the memory of people for decades to come.”

Michael Doyle South East radio, Wexford town, Co. Wexford.

August 24, 2019

Volume III of Echoes of Their Footsteps “contains many interesting and sad happenings for twenty-five years, from 1925-1950. . . . a fascinating read, a huge book, with lots of facts.”

Western People, Ballyhannis, Co. Mayo.

October 7, 2019

“This magnificent collection traces the history of the Irish Republican Army during the first half of the twentieth century.”

The Kerryman

September 18, 2019

Volume III “is a distinctive publication for a comprehensive overview of the Emergency internees. . .”