An Irish Apologia: Some Thoughts on Anglo-Irish, Relations and the War (Classic Reprint)

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The Irish Nationalist who, perhaps, came nearest to success was the late Tom Kettle, who died for Ireland and for England on the field of Ginchy; but even he did not quite succeed, because, for all his versatility and cosmopolitanism, he was essentially an Irishman, and therefore incapable of projecting himself, in his exposition of Ireland, into the English point Of view.

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