Franco-Irish military connections, 1590–1945


Nathalie Genet-Rouffiac & David Murphy, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-198-1
August 2009. 304pp.

Irish soldiers and regiments in the French service before 1690
Éamon Ó Ciosáin

The Wild Geese in France: a French perspective
Nathalie Genet-Rouffiac

Guests of France: a description of the Invalides with an account of the Irish in that institution
Eoghan Ó hAnnracháin

‘Irlandois de nation’: Irish soldiers in Angers as an illustration of Franco-Irish relationships in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Pierre-Louis Coudray

The Life of Thomas Lally
Lavinia Greacen

The Jacobites in the American War of Independence
Patrick Clarke de Dromantin

‘Semper et Ubique Fidelis’
Georges Martinez

Total war? Revolutionary France and United Irish strategy in the 1790s
Hugh Gough

‘Un Brave de plus’: Theobald Wolfe Tone, alias Adjutant-general James Smith: French officer and Irish patriot adventurer, 1796–8
Sylvie Kleinman

The Irish Legion of Napoleon, 1803–15
Nicholas Dunne-Lynch

The Irish and the Franco-Prussian war: hopes and disappointments
Janick Julienne

The French Invasion that never was: the Deuxième Bureau and the Irish republican, 1900–4
Jerôme ann de Wiel

Irish impressions of the French during World War One
Siobhan Pierce

‘I was terribly frightened at times’: Irish men and women in the French Resistance and F Section of SOE, 1940–5
David Murphy