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10 thoughts on “Michael Collins A Life

  1. says:

    Ironically Michael Collins spent almost a third of his short life working in England He lived there with his sister and they both worked for the British Civil Service Intrigued by the movie by the same name I decided to re

  2. says:

    Actually it's 35 stars A competently researched and written biography of Michael CollinsCollins was one of the leaders of the Irish rebels during the Irish Rebellion against British rule following World War One and then one the leaders of Ireland until his death in 1922 In 2013 Collins is still a divisive figure to many I

  3. says:

    The movie starring Liam Neeson is a good place to start but read this if you want to learn about the life of th

  4. says:

    First biography have read as regards Michael Collins found it informative and very readable with the facts cleverly mixed with the build of his

  5. says:

    What could have should have been A sad ending to a brilliant man

  6. says:

    Very well researched A little meandering in narrative An excellent portrait of Michael Collins and a brief history of Ireland

  7. says:

    Straightforward biography of the iconic Irish leader

  8. says:

    The author does a yoeman's job of presenting Michael Collins' life as a fighter for Irish independence in the early 1920s From the Easter Rising through the Troubles to his death Michel Collins worked steadfastly for what he thought was in the best interest of his countrymen Even those who did not agree with his support of the Treaty respected admired and loved him As the author points out it is a tragedy that he was killed as had he lived

  9. says:

    A good account of Collins life and death but as with Mackay's biography on Burns this book's credibility will suffer because of the substantiated allegations of plagiarism in a later biography This would be unfa

  10. says:

    Liked getting a history of Ireland as it sought its independence Found the material a little dry at times

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Michael Collins A Life

Independence of Ireland This biography charts the dramatic rise of the country boy who became. First biography have read as regards Michael Collins found it informative and very readable with the facts cleverly mixed with the build of his personality and characterFound out he was only born about 20 kilomteres from me and he died about 20 kilometres from my family home Imagimorphia rise of the country boy who became. First biography have The Book of Beginnings read as The Homelanders (The Homelanders, regards Michael Collins found it informative and very Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. readable with the facts cleverly mixed with the build of his personality and characterFound out he was only born about 20 kilomteres from me and he died about 20 kilometres from my family home

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Head of the Free State and commander in chief of the army before his death in 1922 aged only. A good account of Collins life and death but as with Mackay s biography on Burns this book s credibility will suffer because of the substantiated allegations of plagiarism in a later biography This would be unfair because his biographies of Michael Collins and Robert Burns are excellent and each has merit in its own right

download È eBook or Kindle ePUB ¿ James A. MacKay

Michael Collins was one of the most charismatic figures to emerge during the struggles for the. The movie starring Liam Neeson is a good place to start but read this if you want to learn about the life of the most charismatic figure in the tempestuous modern history of Ireland While undoubtedly a conflicted hero Michael Collins exhibited a passion and commitment second to none

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Michael Collins A Life
  • James A. MacKay
  • English
  • 17 August 2019
  • 9781851589494

About the Author: James A. MacKay

Also credited as James MacKay or James Alexander MacKayDr James Alexander MacKay was a prolific Scottish writer and philatelist whose reputation was damaged by a criminal conviction for theft and repeated accusations of plagiarism In an obituary by John Holman Editor of the British Philatelic Bulletin Mackay was described as a philatelic writer without eual Mackay's output was broad