Glasnevin film is not history, it's a PR puff for graveyard

November 2014
Daily Mail;11/26/2014, p41
ON seeing an advertisement for the documentary film One Million Dub liners, I decided to view it for myself. So off I went excited at the prospect of learning about the peo ple and our historical figures interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.


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