An evicted village in Ireland 1845–52

It is estimated that, excluding peaceable surrenders, well over a quarter of a million people were evicted between 1845 and 1854. The total number of people who had to leave their holdings in this period is projected to be around half a million and 200,000 small holdings were obliterated. Taken from The Truth Behind The Irish Famine. 72 paintings, 472 eyewitness quotes:

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