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This account of the Shannon World War Two Detention Camps is based on contributions from a large number of family members and descendants of those who were in the camps. it also offers an overview of the history of the camps based on research by Margaret Tate.

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The Shannon Detention Camps: The Stories of WWII Conscientious Objectors and Their Families
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