History of War

SIEGE AT JADOTVILLE THE IRISH ARMY’S FORGOTTEN BATTLE

“THE BOOK IS PEPPERED WITH INTERESTING STATISTICS AND ANECDOTES TO BUILD A VERY STRONG NARRATIVE”

Author: Declan Power Publisher: Maverick House Price: £7.99 (Paperback: Amazon)

THIS BOOK ABOUT THE 1961 IRISH UN SIEGE IN THE CONGO WAS ADAPTED INTO A RECENT NETFLIX FILM AND IS A STIRRING ACCOUNT OF HEROISM AND COMPLEX COLD WAR POLITICS

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