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25 Years of Terror: IRA's War Against the British

by Martin Dillon

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A survey of the IRA's bombing campaign in Britain before and after World War II. The text looks at the IRA's flirtation with Nazism and Eire's wartime neutrality and how that conditioned subsequent British policy towards Ireland, and examines the campaigns of the 1970s and 1980s. It also discusses the political and military mistakes which made British cities the most vunerable in Europe to terrorist attack and why Government agencies failed to eradicate the threat. This book includes material on what the IRA called its England Department, on how that IRA cell fuctioned and its objectives, and what was behind the IRA's reluctance to denounce the Downing Street Declaration.… (more)

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A survey of the IRA's bombing campaign in Britain before and after World War II. The text looks at the IRA's flirtation with Nazism and Eire's wartime neutrality and how that conditioned subsequent British policy towards Ireland, and examines the campaigns of the 1970s and 1980s. It also discusses the political and military mistakes which made British cities the most vunerable in Europe to terrorist attack and why Government agencies failed to eradicate the threat. This book includes material on what the IRA called its England Department, on how that IRA cell fuctioned and its objectives, and what was behind the IRA's reluctance to denounce the Downing Street Declaration.

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