Tamarind Woman (Ballantine Reader's Circle)

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The division had lost 5,500 officers and men killed, wounded and missing. I would live out my span by his provident stream, with this Irish man, who is only a dream. It was from this district that the Royal Dublin Fusiliers and other Irish regiments of the British army drew their recruits. British supplies of artillery, aircraft, armoured cars, machine guns, small arms and ammunition were much help to pro-treaty forces. A free media - As long as they are not being libelous, newspapers, radio and television can say what they want about the Parliament, the Government and politicians.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Ballantine Books (March 2, 2004)

ISBN: 034546494X

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