Rebuilding London :
Irish migrants in post-war Britain /
|Main Creator:||Garcia, Miki, 1969-|
The years immediately after WWII were known as the decade of the disappearing Irish- the peak period of emigration since the Great Famine. Many of these migrants went to Britain and played a key role in rebuilding the country after the ravages of war. Their legacy, both in bricks and mortar, and also in their cultural and social influences, can still be seen today. -- Publisher description
Includes bibliographical references.
Physical description: 190 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm
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