Michael Collins was a leading figure in Ireland's early 20th century struggle for independence. Among those who fought for Ireland's freedom, he is remembered as a uniter, not a divider. He was, by any measure, a singular man. This concise illustrated biography covers all aspects of his life, work and untimely murder at the age of 32. This compact and portable hardback comes in a handy pocket size: H 14.5 cm (6") W 13cm (5") D 2cm (3/4").