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In a Nutshell Heroes: Roger Casement - Human Rights Hero

by Gaye Shortland (author)

Suitable for 8 - 9 years

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This brave Irishman defended the rights of native people in poor countries. But in 1916, he chose to stand up for his own country… Roger Casement spent his life fighting for human rights. In Africa and South America, he exposed the cruel treatment of native people at the hands of greedy rubber companies. For this, Roger was made a Knight of the British Empire. But his dearest wish was to free his own country, Ireland, from British rule. So in April 1916, he made a daring attempt to smuggle arms into Ireland for the Easter Rising…

  • The inspiring true story of a celebrated Irish hero
  • Explains Roger Casement’s role in the Easter Rising
  • Part of the popular Poolbeg In a Nutshell series
  • Combines simple text with appealing line artwork

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Poolbeg - In A Nutshell

Date published

August 4th, 2016

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  • 48 pages



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