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The Book of Strangers

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When an improvised armoured car arrived it allowed the British troops to shelter behind it and finally advance up North King Street and to enter the houses. Railways in Northern Ireland are operated by NI Railways, a subsidiary of state-owned Translink. The world of Downton Abbey was up against emerging challenges of the early 20th century – from suffragettes, workers seeking better pay, the idea that people should get pensions or that Ireland should have home rule – “the last straw,” he said.

Pages: 151

Publisher: Budgate Press (June 21, 2014)

ISBN: B00L77BUJK

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