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The Re-Conquest of Ireland
Author: James Connolly
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- James Connolly, The Re-Conquest of Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel 1917).
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel 1917), ii: The Re-Conquest of Ireland, 219346.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel & Roberts 1922), contains The Re-Conquest of Ireland.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel & Co. 1920), contains The Re-Conquest of Ireland.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel 1926), contains The Re-Conquest of Ireland.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Three Candles 1940), contains The Re-Conquest of Ireland.
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- Rabochi Klass v Historia Irland (Moscow: Progress Publishers 1968), with an introduction by Artemy D. Kolpakov. Extracts from that introduction are published in English translation in James Connolly, Collected Works (Dublin: New Books Publications 1987), i 50811.
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The edition used in the electronic edition
- James Connolly The Re-Conquest of Ireland in Collected Works, Ed. Desmond Ryan. New Books Publications, Dublin, vol 1 (1987) page 185280
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