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Name: The Great War And The Forced Migration Of Armenians

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Author: Cicek, Kemal

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Category: General

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2011

ISBN: 978-085034-123-2

Contents: "The study of the history of the Turks and Armenians in World War I has suffered from an excess of unsupported assertion. The Great War and The Forced Migration of Armenians corrects the record with research that considers all sides of the issue and, more important, bases its conclusions on facts rather than ideology.

"Kemal Çiçek carefully analyzes the various claims that have until now been largely accepted without proper scholarly scrutiny. Utilizing Ottoman, European, and American sources, he shows what actually happened during the relocation of the Ottoman Armenians.

"The Great War and The Forced Migration of Armenians will become a cornerstone of the history of the Turks and Armenians in World War I. In the future, anyone who studies that history with an open mind will not be able to ignore Çiçek's detailed and convincing analysis."

Justin McCarthy
Professor of History
University of Louisville

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Name: The Heidegger Review

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Editor: John Minahane

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2014

ISBN: ISSN 2055-7779

Contents: First Issue July 2014. Price is per issue. Contents No. 1, July 2014
Editorial (1) An Invitation To Think
(2) Technology – the Radio and the Clone
Why Heidegger is Interesting John Minahane
A Comment on the Above Jack Lane
Ireland Needs an Intellectual Life Desmond Fennell
Tom Kettle and the War Against Nietzsche Brendan Clifford
Panta Rhei Niall Cusack
‘Third Rome, Third International, Third Reich’ – Alexander Dugin and the ‘Fourth Political Theory’ Peter Brooke
Philosophical Notebooks 1939-1941- a Selection Martin Heidegger

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Name: The Heidegger Review

Subtitle: Issue 2

Author: Minahane, John

Editor: Minahane, John

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2015

ISBN: 978-0-85034-131-7

Contents: - On the Poet-Philosophers of Greece –a Few Notes. Editorial .......... - Se‡n O’Faolain and the Poets John Minahane .......... - Michael Tierney and others, versus Se‡n O’Faol‡in: the Dispute in Studies, September 1938 .......... - Panta Rhei (continued) Niall Cusack .......... - Adventures with Nietzsche (Part 2) Brendan Clifford .......... - Heidegger, the Spiegel and the SS: a very German Civil War Philip O’Connor - On Orthodoxy Peter Brooke .......... - Simone Weil’s Rejection Of The Enlightenment Cathy Winch .......... - Selections from the Philosophical Notebooks, 1931-1932 Martin Heidegger

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Name: The Heidegger Review (PDF)

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Editor: John Minahane

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2014

ISBN: ISSN 2055-7779

Contents: Please note: no postal charges will be taken for this item. First issue: July 2014.

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Name: The Heidegger Review 2, PDF

Subtitle: electronic version

Author: Minahane, John

Editor: Minahane, John

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2015

ISBN: 978-0-85034-131-7

Contents: - On the Poet-Philosophers of Greece –a Few Notes. Editorial .......... - Se‡n O’Faolain and the Poets John Minahane .......... - Michael Tierney and others, versus Se‡n O’Faol‡in: the Dispute in Studies, September 1938 .......... - Panta Rhei (continued) Niall Cusack .......... - Adventures with Nietzsche (Part 2) Brendan Clifford .......... - Heidegger, the Spiegel and the SS: a very German Civil War Philip O’Connor - On Orthodoxy Peter Brooke .......... - Simone Weil’s Rejection Of The Enlightenment Cathy Winch .......... - Selections from the Philosophical Notebooks, 1931-1932 Martin Heidegger

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Name: The Heidegger Review 3

Subtitle: Issue 3

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Editor: John Minahane

Category: Periodicals

Publisher: atholbooks.org

Published: 2016

ISBN: 978-0-85034-133-1

Contents: Editorial (One): Some WW1 Philosophers and Poets Editorial (Two): Overlooking Chamberlain. Donatella di Cesare On German Philosophy and Nazism Absolute Beginner: review of "Martin Heidegger - The Philosophy of Another Beginning" by Alexander Dugin (Peter Brooke). Arthur Balfour, England's Philosopher-King. (Brendan Clifford) War and Progress (Pat Walsh) "Towards a Criticism of the Age (1912). Thoughts on Progress" by Walther Rathenau. The Early Poetry of WW1 (John Minahane).

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Name: The Hidden History Of John Redmond

Subtitle: Cover-up or Incompetence?

Author: Muldowney, Pat

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Publisher: Athol Books

Published: 2018

ISBN: 978-0-85034-138-6

Contents: Redmondism is a persistent element throughout Irish politics. The picture presented to us is of a thorough-going democrat, a man of peace, almost like Gandhi. Gandhi supported Britain's Great War, didn't he? But there is a great big black hole in the centre of this picture. The elephant in the room is the violence used by Redmond to capture and hold his leading position in Irish politics. The articles reproduced in this pamphlet describe Redmondite mob violence against political opponents, starting with Michael Davitt in 1892.

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Price: £5.00

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Name: The Irish Civil War

Subtitle: The Conflict That Formed The State

Author: Clifford, Brendan

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Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Aubane Historical Society

Published: 1993

ISBN: 0 9521081 00 0

Contents: A Speech Given At The Duhallow Heritage Centre On 22nd. April, 1992.

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Price: £5.00

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Name: The Irish Press

Subtitle: Fianna Fáil and the decline of the Free State

Author: Clifford, Brendan

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Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Aubane Historical Society

Published: 2007

ISBN: 978 1 903497 33 3

Contents: The opponents of the Treaty were utterly defeated in 1923 by the forces of the pro-Treaty party. Yet, within four years, the defeated party was equal in electoral support to the pro-Treaty party and formed the Government of the State five years later.

Effectively, it has remained in power ever since with interludes of coalition governments formed around the pro-Treaty party which has never since won an election in its own right.

This is a phenomenon that needs explaining. It appears to be taken for granted by most historians as if it was all in some way inevitable, even though nothing is inevitable in politics.

This book sets out to explain the crucial elements in the story that saw the formation and emergence of Fianna Fáil and how it first established itself as the major party of the state.

It also looks at the significance of the newspaper it founded, The Irish Press, and its unique contribution to Irish political and social development.

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Price: £12.00

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Name: The Irish Times: Past And Present

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Author: Martin, John

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Category: Irish Collection

Publisher: Belfast Historical & Educational Society

Published: 2008

ISBN: 978-1-872078-13-7

Contents: …a very fine journalist, an excellent man, but on Northern questions a renegade or white nigger".

Those were the words, from a conversation with the British Ambassador to Ireland, at a lunch meeting in 1969, which he duly reported without delay to his masters at the British Foreign Office. But who said them and to whom did they refer?

According to the British Ambassador, it was Major McDowell, the Chief Executive and a Director of The Irish Times who made those comments about Douglas Gageby, the most successful Editor in the history of that newspaper.

This conversation between the British Ambassador and Major McDowell forms the starting point of this book, which is a history of The Irish Times from 1859 to the present day.

A history of The Irish Times cannot avoid also being a history of the Anglo-Irish and their responsse to a number of developments: the rise of Irish nationalism in the nineteenth century; the Treaty; and the consolidation of the Republic in the 26 counties.

100 years after its foundation The Irish Times had reconciled itself to the new Irish State. It appeared that its Anglo-centric view of the Irish nation was moribund. And its new Editor, Douglas Gageby, was intent on rescuing the paper from oblivion by bringing it into the mainstream.

But then war broke out in Northern Ireland in 1969 and all bets were off. A crisis was precipated in Irish nationalism and The Irish Times found a new role for itself, which was not much different from its traditional one. Gageby was ousted, though returning for a time to rescue the paper again from the consequences of its political agenda.

The author lays bare the power structure of the newspaper which insists on transparency and openness for all other institutions in Irish life, but draws a discreet veil over its own activities. The Directors of the paper, along with the Editor, have to swear an Oath of Secrecy before a Commissioner for Oaths each year.

This book is essential for understanding one of the most important institutions in Irish life, and, therefore, the dynamics of Irish society itself.

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Price: £17.50

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