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An excellent analysis of how the Irish Civil War progressed. What this book uses is a unique approach which examines how the Civil War came to develop and progress by focusing on the how and why rather than by focusing on the main protagonists on either side of the conflict and apportioning blame. The book identifies de Valera as a minor peripheral figure in the conflict largely ignored by the central military figures on the anti-treaty side for the duration of the war and also expostulating how his ideas on developing a political approach to advance the republican cause, which became Fianna Fáil, came into being.
The AngloIrish War January 1919July 1921 and the Truce Period
The Treaty Negotiations
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