Eneclann Newsletter 13 July 2013

Eneclann Newsletter
In this issue:

Topic Focus – Military and War Records

What’s Going On?


 

 

Dear Eneclann customer,

Topic Focus – Military and War Records

We know you guys love a bargain!  So this newsletter (until 31st July 2013) we’re offering you another special Topic Focus discount of 50% on our Military and War Records.

World War 1 Irish Soldiers: Their Final Testament is a detailed catalogue of 9,000 surviving wills of Irish soldiers who died in World War 1. It contains copious amounts of information, including an estimated 18,000+ names and is fully searchable.
Moving back in time, Dalton’s Irish Army Lists, 1661-1685 is an essential source for the personnel in Charles II’s army in Ireland. Compiled from a plethora of different manuscript resources it covers the officers (with extensive annotation) and many soldiers active in Ireland at this time.
If you fancy something without as many names then The Military Novels of Charles Lever featuring Charles O’Malley are considered to be some of Lever’s best work and contain splendid military writing and some of the most vivid battle scenes of the Napoleonic period.  John Cornelius O’Callaghan, History of the Irish Brigades in the Service of France deals with the period 1690 to 1789 and is a fascinating history with extensive biographies on the Brigades’ commanding officers and containing a comprehensive index of the major personalities, battles, campaigns and place names.
Ireland’s Memorial Records: World War 1 1914-1918 remains a half price special but is worth mentioning here as well.  The objective of these volumes (3,177 pages) was to preserve the names of over 49,000 Irishmen who lost their lives fighting in the Great War.
Check out these half price special offers  or visit the Eneclann shop to view our full range of publications. 


What’s Going On?

 

Check out our What’s Going On? page to keep up-to-date with genealogy, history and archaeology events.  Of interest this newsletter is ‘Knowing Your Place’, workshops and fieldtrips in the Burren over the 18th to 20th of July.  Running throughout July is the free Hill of Tara Lecture Series at 8pm on Wednesdays in the Hill of Tara Visitor Centre – well worth a look if you’re in the area.  There’s also some great events in the coming months so get them in your diaries now! 

 


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Best wishes, The Eneclann Team

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