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Ten Men Dead: The Story of the 1981 Irish Hunger

Ten Men Dead: The Story of the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike. David Beresford

Ten Men Dead: The Story of the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike


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Ten Men Dead: The Story of the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike David Beresford
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.



Aug 19, 2009 - 'Over the years a lot has been written and said about the hunger strike of 1981. Aug 17, 2011 - 'The Hunger Road. It was to commemorate the sacrifice of ten young men who died in the Hunger Strike of 1981. It was a watershed moment in Irish history. Now, it is very important to note that there are at least two key differences between the detainees at GITMO and the republican prisoners of Long Kesh. In 1981, as British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher responded to the IRA Hunger Strike by forcefully pursuing a policy of “criminalization”. Apr 12, 2013 - Margaret Thatcher and the 1981 Hunger Strikes will remain inexorably linked. They, too, were protesting against criminalisation,” it said. The sacrifice of those 10 men, he says, played a important role in the evolution of Northern Ireland. Feb 14, 2014 - “It was to commemorate the sacrifice of ten young men who died in the Hunger Strike of 1981. Political upheaval in the North of Ireland. May 23, 2012 - The Geriatrics Yankees, the oldest team in the history of baseball, started the aforementioned Phil “What is with old people and Matlock? This summer we remember with That determination and audacity and heroism is evident in the life and death of IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh and in the love of his parents and family. Mar 13, 2013 - Inscribed on the cross are the names of the 10 hunger strikers of 1981, and those of two other Irish Republican activists, Frank Stagg and Michael Gaughan, who died on hunger strike in England in the 1970s. May 10, 2013 - hungerstrikergloucester20130510 In the summer of 1981, 10 Irish republican prisoners held by the British in Long Kesh Prison made their mark on the long history of “the Troubles” through the simple, yet tragic, act of starving themselves to death in protest against the government's refusal to accord them political prisoner status and respect their basic human rights. The hunger strike was thirty years ago. 'The road through the long Bog… 'Ten men walked them all.' Thus wrote a friend of mine… A sound man that I did time with in the cages of Long Kesh. Ten Men Dead: The Story of the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike by David Beresford. Some notable pieces of work stand out such as Nor Meekly Serve My Time, Ten Men Dead or the recent film, Hunger. The ten men commemorated in the 'The Roll of Honour' hope to bring about a land that would cherish… '…all the children of the Nation equally' Most with a reasonable knowledge of Irish history would know one or two names of the Hunger strikers with the most famous being Bobby Sands.





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