Press

Liveline, RTE Radio    

“This is an incredible book! Beautifully-produced. Lots of photographs. Can stand beside any history book in terms of detail. In terms of accuracy, it looks absolutely bang-on! It’s a fantastic tome!” — Joe Duffy, Liveline, RTÉ.

Click to the left of 00:00 on the audio file below to listen to Eamonn Ashe, author of ‘31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945′  being interviewed by Joe Duffy on Liveline, RTÉ Radio — 21 December 2016.

 

LMFM Radio      

Click here to listen to Eamonn Ashe, author of ‘31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945‘ being interviewed by Gerry Kelly on The Late Lunch, LMFM Radio — 19 December 2016.

 

Galway Independent

Talking History: ’31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945′

by William Henry, 29th March 2017

The title of this new book ’31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945′ by Eamonn Ashe grabs public attention and rightly so as it gives a deep insight into the horrors of both world wars.  Click here to read more…

The Librarian’s Cellar: ’31 Years of Hell! 1914 – 1945′: An interview with author Eamonn Ashe.

by Caroline Farrell, 9 May 2017

Click here to read an interview by award-winning author Caroline Farrell with Eamonn Ashe about the process of creating his book covering the two world wars and the interwar years.

Drogheda Independent      

Eamonn’s Insight Into War Story

by Hubert Murphy, 14 January 2017 

With 2017 marking the 100th anniversary of yet more historic battles during the course of WWI, a book well worth checking out is ’31 Years of Hell 1914–1945′ – written by Highfield man Eamonn Ashe. ’31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945′ is a captivating concise history of the two world wars and the interwar years.   Click here to read more…

Dundalk Democrat      

Dundalk Man Pens WWI Book In Honour of Grandfather

by Ian Cameron, 31 January 2017

With 2017 marking the 100th anniversary of key World War I flashpoints — including the entry of the USA into the war and the notorious battle of Passchendaele — a new book by the grandson of a WWI war victim is well worth checking out. ’31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945′ by debut author Eamonn Ashe is a captivating concise history of the two world wars and the interwar years.  Click here to read more…

Galway Bay FM   

Click to the left of 00:00 on the audio file below to Eamonn Ashe, author of ‘31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945‘ being interviewed by Keith Finnegan on Galway Bay FM — 21 April 2017.

Drogheda Leader      

Below is an article about ‘31 Years of Hell! 1914–1945‘ published in the Drogheda Leader on 14 December 2016.