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J. Bowyer Bell (1931–2003)

Author of The Secret Army: History of the IRA, 1916-70

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J. Bowyer Bell
Booknotes, Sunday, June 6, 1993
J. Bowyer Bell discusses The Irish Troubles: A Generation of Violence 1967-1992.

Mr. Bell, author of The Irish Troubles: A Generation of Violence, 1967-1992, published by St. Martin's Press, described his research for the book. He said he conducted over 10,000 hours of interviews for the nearly 1,000 pages of text in the book, which focuses on the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Ireland and the United Kingdom. (timspalding)… (more)
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J. Bowyer Bell (1931-2003) was an American historian specialising in Irish history dealing primarily with the IRA and the Troubles and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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