eBook The Irish Soldier in the European Wars, 1585 -1818 (Irish Research Series, 29) download
by George B. Clark
Author: George B. Clark
Publisher: Maunsel & Co (April 1, 2004)
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Published April 2004 by Academica Press.
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Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was a dangerous place. Religious strife and unstable politics saw war stretch across the centre of the continent for long periods of time. Amidst that chaos Irishmen, exiled from their homeland by the re-conquest of the island by Elizabethan England emerged as a powerful force.
George B. Clark is a founding member of the Irish Military History Society. If you are into Irish History or European History this for You. One person found this helpful. He lives in the New Hamphsire, USA. His great grandparents left Ireland for North America in the 1840's. He served in the US Marine Corps from 1944 - 1953, including a spell in occupied Japan in 1945.
Fascinating stories of Irish soldiers who fought for European powers from the seventeenth century until the late nineteenth century. Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was a dangerous place. Amidst that chaos Irishmen, exiled from their homeland by the re-conquest of the island by Elizabethan England, emerged as a powerful force.
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The Irish in the British Armed Forces refers to the history of Irish people serving in the British Armed Forces (including the British Army, the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force and other elements). Ireland was then as part of the United Kingdom from 1800-1922 and during this time in particular many Irishmen fought in the British Army.
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Chorus Will ye stand in the band like a true Irish man And go and fight the forces of the crown? Will ye march with O'Neill to an Irish battle field? For tonight we go to free old Wexford town! Said I to that soldier boy "Won't you take me to your captain T'would be my pride and joy For to march with you today My young brother fell in Cork And my son at Innes Carthay!" . As we marched back from the field In the shadow of the evening With our banners flying low To the memory of our dead We returned unto our homes But without my soldier laddie Yet I never will forget those words he said. Irish Soldier Laddie" Track Info.
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