The Irish Genocide 1845-52

Of the nearly 300,000 who arrived in Liverpool in 1847, some 15,000 were returned to Ireland under the Poor Law Removal Act. Many did not have money to continue the journey to America. These starving people were left mainly to fend for themselves, countless thousands died in appalling conditions 40 or 50 deep in Liverpool’s pestilent cellars.” Taken from ‘The Truth Behind The Irish Famine, signed copies here:

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