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Atlas of the Great Irish Famine (Anglais) Relié – 1 août 2012

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même si certains articles sont trop spécialisés (ceci dit, c'est bien ce que l'on attend d'un atlas), ce très gros livre apporte une vue complète et nuancée sur ce terrible aspect de l'histoire irlandaise
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Atlas made me cry 22 octobre 2012
Par Mac Giolla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It is heavy, don't know exactly, a couple of kilos at least. It's fat - haven't counted the pages. Cramer, in Seinfeld, would call it a coffee-table book, but what a book. From the very first moment I opened it, tears have not been very far away, and then, when I give any chapter a read, I find tears welling up. Dry statistics do it, or diary entries of a visitor to Ireland before and during the great famine. And yes, my worst estimate were confirmed. The lastest calculations on the population of Ireland in the year before the famine (1845) stand at 8,700,000. We are still a long way off. As of 2011 the population of the whole island of Ireland stands at 6,4 million - still short by 2,3 million. Why, why, why? This book tells the story.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very impressive tome, I'm itching to get into it! 2 janvier 2013
Par Leo's Folks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
After seeing this history book mentioned in our local newspaper, we purchased this history book as a present for dear dad. It felt ironic to be giving him such a heavy hardcover tome after he has taken so quickly to reading all his books on his kindle and reading his newspaper on his computer. As I sat to wrap it, I flipped through and realized how hard it was going to be to hand it over. There is so much compelling information there, I want to read these accounts and study these maps, and learn what the authors have gathered about the famine that caused such losses, and forced migrations of families such as ours (through Wales). From what I saw in those few minutes I had to peruse, the book looked well worth its cost. Certainly I will need to borrow the book from dear dad, because this well compiled wealth of true accounts implores me to spend several evenings diving in to learn the truth about the depth and breadth of the irish famine. I definitely would have loved to buy the title in electronic form, but then there wouldn't have been the same "impressive weight" which gives our sense of touch a measure of the importance and impact of the Great Irish Famine. As for how it was received - dear dad has long been fascinated by history and geography - and in the case of the Great Irish Famine, how the famine caused his ancestors living in Ireland to migrate to Wales before going on to migrate to the US. Am I repeating myself? Ah, well, the book looks very impressive, and glossing through it proves it is very impressive. So if you know you are passionate about history, this will be a welcome tome for you to immerse yourself into!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Irish Potato Famine 17 janvier 2016
Par Golden Girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Beautiful book, so well done. It will take me quite some time to get through it all. I recommend this book for those interested in the Irish Potato Famine and its history and effects.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Atlas of the Great Irish Famine 17 mars 2014
Par Michael Coyne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Superb.And covers every aspect of the Famine and its aftermath.I was especially interested in the 'essay' on Connemara by Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill.From this part of Galway,The Ballinakill Civil Parish) came my g-father who emigrated in 1888.His parents had lived through the Famine in one of the most desolated districts of Ireland.The population statistics give the brutal story.The maps and illustrations are excellent.And Ulster is also included which supplies some of the comparative relations between the provinces.My maternal g-parent hailed from Ahoghill,Antrim.His experience of the famine aftermath were much different from that of the other grand parent.!
This Atlas covers it all.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 arrived quickly & in good condition 11 janvier 2014
Par learned limpygimp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
this book is worth every penny! I've gone through quite a bit of it and its so detailed and so well put together I'd recommend for anybody was interested in the Irish Famine.
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