The Great Invasion of Britain. 1894


The Great Invasion of Britain., 1894

The Great Invasion of Britain. 1894

This story was put together by Samuel Waddell (1878-1967) and N. Mercier to rent to their schoolmates for 2d per vol per week. It describes land and sea battles with the English (including the school regiment) and the Germans pitted against the Russians and French. Also included is a note written by P. S. O'Hegarty describing Waddell's remembrance of the story.

1 notebook, 2 covers and 1 leaf


Related Entities

There are 2 Entities related to this resource.

O'Hegarty, P. S. (Patrick Sarsfield), 1879-1955 (person)

Mayne, Rutherford, 1878-1967 (person)

Samuel John Waddell (1878-1967), playwright, was born in Tokyo, Japan and educated at the Royal Belfast Academical Institute in Ireland. He studied engineering at the Royal University and worked for the Irish Land Commission. In 1904, Waddell began acting and contributing plays to the Ulster Literary Theatre. Using the pseudonym, Rutherford Mayne, he wrote plays in English and Gaelic that were published mainly in Ireland. From the guide to the The Great Invasion of Britain., 1894, (U...