Posts tagged with ‘Ed Bourke’

  • Irish Air Corps by Joe Maxwell & Patrick J Cummins Published by Max Decals Publications, 2009, ISBN 978 09562624 0 0 This large format publication does full justice to the extensive illustrations and photographs. It is a comprehensive guide to the aircraft in the Air Corps fleet with detailed service histories. The book will appeal to the aviation enthusiast, military historian

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  •   Troubled waters Published by Nonesuch, Dublin, 2008. €16.99 This account of some well known shipwrecks on the Irish sea from The Princess Victoria in the North to the Seahorse at Tramore. There has been need for some time of a good account of the wreck stories of the east coast. Many such volumes have been produced covering the English and

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  •   Secret Victory – Ireland and the war at sea 1914-1918 by Liam Nolan & John E Nolan Mercier Press, 2009, ISBN 978 1 85635 621 3 This book focuses on the two admirals Bayley and Sims who commanded the naval base at Queenstown during the first world war. Little has been written about the first world war at sea on

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  • Dublin Docklands Reinvented by Niamh Moore Published by Four Courts Press, 208 €40 ISBN 978 1 851828357 This book on the geographical development of the docklands adds greatly to the documentation of the development of Dublin City. It is a part of the series: The Making Of Dublin City. Niamh Moore has produced a comprehensive record including the politics and planning

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  •   Shipwrecks from the Egyptian Red Sea Ned Middleton; Illustrated by Rico Oldfield     Ned Middleton is a well known wreck enthusiast and renowned researcher. Lavishly illustrated, accompanied by good charts and with Rico Oldfield illustrations. This is a deluxe production and full credit must go to the publisher for a book of this standard. The Rico illustrations are

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