John Callow’s James Connolly & the Reconquest of Ireland

Very belatedly, the video from the Connolly Media Group in which John Callow talks about his excellent and beautifully-produced James Connolly & the Reconquest of Ireland.  As well as Connolly’s last major work, the book contains documents and photos, once believed to have been lost.  It was launched in Ireland in January 2014, on the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great Lockout of 1913-14.

The book is on sale at selected bookshops in Britain and Ireland and online at or by mail order at the above prices plus p and p. email or call Sam Pella at 00 44 1632 636602. The retail price is £20 or Euro 23.50 plus p and p where applicable.


Posted on November 26, 2015, in 1913 lockout, 21st century republicanism and socialism, Commemorations, Economy and workers' resistance, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, James Connolly, Partition, Political education and theory, Revolutionary figures, Social conditions, The road to the Easter Rising, Trade unions. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on John Callow’s James Connolly & the Reconquest of Ireland.

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