- Title Pages
- 1 ‘Gone for a soldier’: Irish Recruitment to the British Armed Forces, 1903–1914
- 2 ‘They could only look for a moderate success’: Recruiting in the South and West of Ireland
- 3 For Empire, Ulster or Ireland?
- 4 Bureaucracy, Propaganda and the Conscription Crisis
- 5 ‘The only privilege we have’: Wartime Officer Appointment
- 6 A Divided Kingdom: Comparisons of British and Irish Recruiting
- 2 Voluntary Recruitment to the British Army by Army Command Area, August 1914–November 1918
- The Disparity of Sacrifice
- Liverpool University Press
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