The Irish Genocide | 1845–52

Before, after, and during the entire period of 1845-52, enormous quantities of food was shipped out of Ireland whilst half the population were starving. An average monthly export worth £100,000 sterling. Throughout this time, Ireland remained a net exporter of food. Taken from the book The Truth Behind The Irish Famine:72 paintings, 472 eyewitness quotes

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