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27 Nov 2021

Clonmel man launches important book

Pictured at the launch of the book "In A Time of War" by author John Dennehy in Thurles Library, Conor Graham Irish Academic Press, Des Marnane Historian, John Dennehy, Mary Guinan Darmody Local Studie Librarian.  photo john d kelly
In a vivid and captivating new book, In A Time of War, Tipperary 1914-1918, Clonmel man John Dennehy explores the profound political, military, economic and social impact of the First World War on daily life in Tipperary during the tumultuous years of 1914-1918.

In a vivid and captivating new book, In A Time of War, Tipperary 1914-1918, Clonmel man John Dennehy explores the profound political, military, economic and social impact of the First World War on daily life in Tipperary during the tumultuous years of 1914-1918.

Beautifully designed with evocative images of the war scene in the county, Dennehy has written an engaging history.

This book tells the story of the many traumas the war inflicted on the people of Tipperary, the stories of thousands of injured and disabled soldiers that were based in Tipperary recovering, their stories at the front and how difficult it was to reintegrate themselves into everyday life despite the best efforts of the civilians.

John Dennehy is a journalist from Clonmel and the son of Frank and Ita Dennehy. He gained his PhD in history at University College Cork and has contributed to several publications on the subject of Tipperary during the First World War.

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