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Michael Collins and the Making of A New Ireland. Volumes 1 & 2., Beaslai Piaras.
1 Beaslai Piaras. Michael Collins and the Making of A New Ireland. Volumes 1 & 2.
London George G.Harrap and Co Ltd. 1926 1st EDITIONS. Cloth on Board. Used Acceptable. None 6.5X8.75"TALL 
Books in green covers with gilt lettering on spine and front covers, small oval minatures of Michael Collins. Wear to edges,corners and ends of spine. Covers are faded and darkened, inner hinges cracking, end papers grubby, foxing to pages. Both have coloured frontis, content generally ok. Scarce to find the two volumes. Heavy items may require additional postage. 
Price: 559.00 GBP
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2 Connolly Colm Michael Collins.
London. Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1996 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 9.25"x11.75"tall 
This the first illustrated biography of Michael Collins,Daring and brave he would undertake anything asked of him, this book follows the short life and untimely death of one of Ireland's most enduring heros, 'The Big Fellow'.D/W is un-clipped, crease on back, a nice tight and clean copy.Book brown covers with gilt lettering to spine edge. 
Price: 18.00 GBP
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3 Coogan Tim Pat Michael Collins.
London Arrow Books. 1991 0099685809 / 9780099685807 Paperback Very Good 
A nice tight and clean copy with illustrations. When Michael Collins signed the Anglo-Irish Treaty in December 1921, he remarked to Lord Birkenhead, 'I may have signed my actual death warrent.' And in August 1922, that prophecy came true - Collins was shot and killed by a fellow Irishman. So ended the life of the greatest of all Irish nationalists, but his vision and legacy live on. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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4 Coogan Tim Pat Michael Collins.
London Arrow Books. 1991 0099685809 / 9780099685807 Paperback Very Good 
A nice tight and clean copy with illustrations.Light shelf rubbing to edges and corners. When Michael Collins signed the Anglo-Irish Treaty in December 1921, he remarked to Lord Birkenhead, 'I may have signed my actual death warrent.' And in August 1922, that prophecy came true - Collins was shot and killed by a fellow Irishman. So ended the life of the greatest of all Irish nationalists, but his vision and legacy live on. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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5 Coogan Tim Pat Michael Collins.** PART 1 ONLY**
UK Paperview-Irish Independent 2006 Hardback Very Good + Very Good + 
A very nice tight and clean copy Part 1. Great Biographies 1. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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The Man Who Made Ireland.  The Life and Death of Michael Collins., Coogan Tim Pat
6 Coogan Tim Pat The Man Who Made Ireland. The Life and Death of Michael Collins.
USA Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1992 1879373238 / 9781879373235 1st.American Edition Hardback Good Acceptable 
D/w is unclipped, it is worn at edges and has been taped inside. Previous owner's name and dedication inside. The Man Who Made Ireland takes in the full sweep of Irish history as it was lived by all the major protagonists of Collins' lifetime until his assassination in 1922, towards the enf of The Irish Civil War. If we hope to understand today's tragedies, and avert others like them, it is essential to know and learn from the story of Michael Collins. A large book o f480pp. 
Price: 22.00 GBP
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7 Coogan Tim Pat The Man Who Made Ireland. The Life and Death of Michael Collins.
USA Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1992 1879373238 / 9781879373235 1st.American Edition Hardback Used Acceptable. Used Acceptable 
D/w is unclipped, it is worn at edges and there is a tear on the spine edge. Green cloth on board, damp stain mark on outer cover and inside of dust wrapper, internally the book is tight and clean. The Man Who Made Ireland takes in the full sweep of Irish history as it was lived by all the major protagonists of Collins' lifetime until his assassination in 1922, towards the enf of The Irish Civil War. If we hope to understand today's tragedies, and avert others like them, it is essential to know and learn from the story of Michael Collins. A large book o f480pp. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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8 Flegg Aubrey. Katie's War. a Story of the Irish Civil War.
Dublin The O'Brien Press 1997 0862785251 / 9780862785253 Paperback Very Good 
A novel set in an Ireland in turmoil after the War of Independence against the English. Michael Collins has signed the Treaty, but war continues, except that now it is Irish against Irish. An enthralling read. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
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9 Forester Margery Michael Collins the Lost Leader.
London. Sidgwick and Jackson Ltd. 1971 1st. Reprint Hard Cover Good Acceptable 
Previous owner's inscription inside. D/W is worn and has small tears around the edges.Book has slight fadiing at top and bottom of spine, content good. Michael Collins is one of the great heroes of modern Ireland. A fine work. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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10 Jordan Neil Michael Collins.
London Vintage 1996 0099737515 / 9780099737513 Trade Paperback Good 
Michael Collins, Film Diary and Screenplay. Light edge rubbing, pages are tanning,crease top corner back cover. Generally a good copy. 
Price: 7.00 GBP
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11 Koch Christopher The Many Coloured Land. A Return to Ireland
London Picador. 2003 030487272 First Edition Hardback As New As New 
A very nice copy, un-read.The auther tours modern day Ireland and traces the paths of Yeats and Michael Collins and talks to the IRA's leading biographer. He also links North and South as he recalls his own youth and those figures who influenced him. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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12 Mackay James. Michael Collins a Life.
Edinburgh and London. Mainstream Publishing. 1996 1851588574 / 9781851588572 1st EDITION . Hard Cover Very Good + Very Good + 
D/J is not price clipped.Book in black cloth on board. 320pp. Outer edges of pages a little grubby, internally tight and clean, illustrated. 
Price: 14.00 GBP
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13 O'Farrell Padraic. Rebel Heart.
Dingle,co.kerry. Brandon 2001 Paper Back Good 
Minor rubbing to spine ends, possibly an un-read copy. Michael Collins, revolutionary leader, the heart and mind of Ireland's struggle for independence. Through seven years of warfare and political manoeuvring, the role he plays is crucial. But even as a country looks to him for leadership, his enemies conspire to bring about his downfall. This book is set in the final three years of his life, the author weaves fact and fiction to create an intriguing story of courage and betrayal. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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14 O'Farrell Padraic. Rebel Heart.
Dingle,co.kerry. Brandon 1996 Paper Back Good 
Minor rubbing toedges and cornes, Pages browned, previous owner's name inside.Michael Collins, revolutionary leader, the heart and mind of Ireland's struggle for independence. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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15 Ryan Desmond. Michael Collins.
Dublin Anvil Books. 1994 0947962832 / 9780947962838 REPRINT Soft Cover Very Good 
A very nice tight and clean copy. A very remarkable story of a remarkable man who had very magnetic and attractive qualities which accounted for his undoubted power of leadershiip of men. An absorbing and exciting narrative. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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16 Ryan Meda. THE DAY MICHAEL COLLINS WAS SHOT
Dublin Poolbeg 1989 1853710415 / 9781853710414 Paperback Good 
Covers show signs of slight shelf wear, internally f.f.e.p. has been removed, slight cracking on inner hinge. A good reading copy. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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17 Ryan Meda. THE DAY MICHAEL COLLINS WAS SHOT
Dublin Poolbeg 1996 18537104 5 Paperback V.GOOD 
A very nice copy, tight and clean. Michael Collins was shot dead in an ambush at Beal na mBlath Co Cork on 22 Sugust 1922. The manner of his death and the identity of his killer have been the source of intense speculation and controversy ever since. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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18 Ryle Dwyer T. Michael Collins the Man Who Won the War
Dublin The Mercier Press. 1990 0853429316 / 9780853429319 1st Paperback Edition. Soft Cover V.GOOD 
160PP V.Good. The story of the charismatic rebel who undermined British morale and inspired Irish people with exploits, both real and imaginary. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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19 Ryle Dwyer T. Michael Collins and the Civil War
CORK Mercier Press 2012 1781170320 / 9781781170328 Paper Back Used Good. 
Very light shelf rubbing to edges and corners, book tight and clean. On 22 August 1922, Michael Collins was shot deat by the anti-Treaty IRA in an ambush at Béalnabláth, in his home county of Cork. His death ended all hope for a quick end to the Civil War and cut short the life of one of Ireland's most charismatic leaders. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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20 Taylor Rex. Michael Collins. The Big Fellow, he Gave His Life in the Struggle for Irish Independence.
London Four Square Books. 1966 REPRINT Paperback Good 
Minor wear to edges, pages lightly browned. Michael Collins in life was a rallying point for his countrymen, and his reputation has made him a figure on controversy - you can take your pick of virtue or villainy. But there is no doubt of his greatness. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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