Flag of All Nations: The journey of a man, his City and a street in that City called the Flag of all Nations
by Gerry O'Sullivan
ISBN 1450511597 (1-4505-1159-7)
Find This Book
Softcover, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010
› Find signed collectible books: 'Flag of All Nations: The journey of a man, his City and a street in that City called the Flag of all Nations'
Book summary: Flag of all Nations will sweep you from the reign of terror that was the French revolution, to the Docks of the great Maritime City of Limerick Ireland Philibert Genoux is a child of that revolution. On the run from french Government Assassins, he is aided by 'The United Irishmen' and his lifelong friend Daniel Crawford. Philibert's real adventures begin when he arrives in Limerick a 'man of substance' and a linguist. He will know the passionate love of three woman as we experience with him the gut wrenching poverty of one of the richest cities in Europe. A City that took the brunt of the Irish famine, this Famine that gave birth to the coffin ships to America. Can he bring down the powerful society called 'The Mitre'? Throughout history this Mitre has controlled governments, Kings, Queens, Emperors and possibly the Famine. Their one weapon is money, their stock in trade, evil greed. His daughter Jeanne carried on Philibert's philosophy of one man or woman can make a difference. She makes an impact on the Irish fight for freedom as Ireland goes through the birth canal of revolution. This is the story of a man and his daughter. But more importantly, it is the story of a city and a street in that city known as, Flag of all Nations.
More editions of Flag of All Nations: The journey of a man, his City and a street in that City called the Flag of all Nations: