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2 edition of Irish political and radical newspapers of the twentieth century. found in the catalog.

Irish political and radical newspapers of the twentieth century.

Colin S. Johnston

Irish political and radical newspapers of the twentieth century.

a guide.

by Colin S. Johnston

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Published by [Ulster Polytechnic] in [Jordanstown (Co. Antrim)] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Index to the microfilm collection (148 reels) covering the period 1885 -1941.

The Physical Object
Pagination33 leaves ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20028168M

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