Friends and Enemies: The Allies and Neutral Ireland in the Second World War
This history examines the fraternal friendships and embittered masculine conflicts among British, American, and Irish national leaders and their Dublin-based advisers during the Second World War, as those leaders sought to secure - or reject - Ireland's alliance with the Western Allied powers in their existential conflict with the fascist Axis powers. -- .
- Manchester University Press
- 264 pages
- United Kingdom
- Second World War