Musings on Irish independence

Ireland lost 49,000 dead in WW1. Compared to that, combined revolution and civil war casualties in the 4-6 thousand range seem like a small price to pay for staying out of WW2 on either side. While Ireland seems no better and often worse than the UK in social policies, they are at least going to hell by a path of their own instead of by the formerly great Britain’s whims.

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1 Response to Musings on Irish independence

  1. LarryArnold says:

    Not directly related, until the end, but a well-done short video, with the right guns, and a message: The German

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