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By: Eamonn Robinson

The Seed of Freedom

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A true story of two brothers living in the heart of Dublin, caught up in the cauldron that was the 1916 Rising. Drawn into the fight for Irish freedom as volunteers, this book tells the story of their experiences of the carnage that was the War of Independence and the Civil War through the eyes of Sam as he becomes member of “the squad” and then the National Army. A love forged in uncertain times.

This is a coming-of-age story for these two young men set in uncertain and dangerous times. With the end of the war, these brothers rose to fame on the international stage as footballers for the Irish Free State.

The author is the youngest child of Sam and Kate Robinson. He was born in 1944 and left school at 14 years old. He worked in England as a messenger boy in a theatrical agent’s office in 1959. Then he returned to Dublin in 1960 and started an apprenticeship as a plasterer. From there, he emigrated to Canada as a plasterer in 1966 lived and worked in Toronto in construction. He married Florence in Canada in 1967. He is now retired and has been living back in Dublin with Florence since 2006.

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