Dublin & London: The Talbot Press and Fisher Unwin, 1920. Crown octavo. pp. iv, 284. Blue cloth, titled in gilt on spine. A fine copy in rare but foxed dust jacket.
Robert Mitchell Henry (1873–1950), classicist and university administrator, was born in Belfast, son of Robert Mitchell Henry, who was himself son of a Reformed Presbyterian minister, William Henry. Robert Mitchell Henry was the eldest of their four sons; the third son was Paul Henry, the painter. A dispassionate and comprehensive account of the development of Irish Nationalism. The contents include: Irish Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century; Sinn Fein; The Early years of Sinn Fein; The Volunteer Movement; Sinn Féin and the Republicans; Ulster and Nationalist Ireland; Sinn Fein, 1914-1916; After the Rising, etc.
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