100 Things You Didn’t Know about Irish History
100 Things You Didn’t Know About Ireland, filled with little known Irish history, is soon to be released May 1st. Over thirty four million Irish Americans live in the U.S alone, more than 7 times the population of Ireland. Do you wish you knew more about your Irish ancestors? Do you have anyone to ask? Have your aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents passed on? Were you told ‘be proud you are Irish’ but not sure of what you should be proud of? Do you know anything else in Irish history beyond the history of the Famine,corned beef and cabbage and St Patrick’s Day? Are your relatives dead or were you told not to ask questions about the past? Do you live in Ireland but know next to nothing about Irish history? Then 100 Things You Didn’t Know about Ireland is for you.
This book is for anyone Irish or anyone interested in Irish history and the wonderful facts Ireland stands for like scientific achievements that no other country can boast of, the reason St Patrick is an American holiday and why the saint was shunned by the church., how it was an Irishman who discovered a cure for leprosy and Harry Ferguson from County Down nicknamed the “mad mechanic” built and flew his own airplane and developed the first four wheel drive formula one car, and other just plain fun facts in Irish History you may not be aware of.