Margaret Buckley’s story of the hundreds of women Republican prisoners locked up by the Free State in 1922 and 1923.
Margaret Buckley was a Republican activist, prisoner of war, trade unionist and President of Sinn Féin 1937-50, the first woman leader of a political party in Ireland.
Her account, full of incident, humour and commitment is now republished for the first time since it first appeared in 1938.
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