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Tim Pat Coogan

Tim Pat Coogan is Ireland's best known historian and the author of numerous important works on Irish history, including Michael Collins and The IRA, published to wide acclaim. The former editor of The Irish Press, he lives in Dublin, Ireland.

Works

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The Famine Plot
England's Role in Ireland's Greatest Tragedy

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"To many, Mr. Coogan . . . [is the] voice of modern Irish history . . . makes a compelling case for why we should revisit our current understanding of [the...
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Ireland in the Twentieth Century

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A rousing history of Ireland in its most tumultous century by one of the most well-known and beloved Irish writers of our time.
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Wherever Green Is Worn
The Story of the Irish Diaspora

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A sweeping history of all the places the Irish went when they left Ireland by one of the best known Irish historians in the world.
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On the Blanket
The Inside Story of the IRA Prisoners' "Dirty" Protest

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The H Block protest is one of the strangest and most controversial issues in the tragic history of Northern Ireland. Republican prisoners, convicted of grave...
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Michael Collins
The Man Who Made Ireland

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When the Irish nationalist Michael Collins signed the Anglo-Irish Treaty in December 1921, he observed to Lord Birkenhead that he may have signed his own death...
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The Troubles
Ireland's Ordeal and the Search for Peace

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Tim Pat Coogan covers the tortured history of Ireland from the beginning of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, through the long years of violence, up to...
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The IRA

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This updated edition of the best-selling history of the IRA now includes behind-the-scenes information on the recent advances made in the peace process. With...
Tim Pat Coogan

Bestseller

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The Famine Plot
England's Role in Ireland's Greatest Tragedy

Palgrave Macmillan
"To many, Mr. Coogan . . . [is the] voice of modern Irish history . . . makes a compelling case for why we should revisit our current understanding of [the...

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