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Maurice Walsh

Maurice grew up in Ireland and has been a foreign correspondent in Central and South America. An award-winning documentary maker, he has reported for the BBC from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the United States and Europe. His essays, reviews and reportage have appeared in The Dublin Review, the London Review of Books, the New Statesman, the TLS, Granta and many other newspapers and magazines. He holds a PhD from the University of London and in 2001 was a Knight Wallace Fellow at the University of Michigan.

In his latest book, Bitter Freedom, Maurice has written a fresh appraisal of this seminal event in Irish, British and world history. The book gives an evocative account of the revolution, placing it in the wider context of a world in turmoil after the ending of WWI which saw the collapse of empires and the rise of strange new regimes.

BOOKS

maurice-walsh-the-news-from-irelandBitter Freedom

THE NEWS FROM IRELAND: FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS AND THE IRISH REVOLUTION

BITTER FREEDOM: IRELAND IN A REVOLUTIONARY WORLD 1918-1923

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