Loyalists: war and peace in Northern Ireland

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TV Books, 1999 - History - 278 pages
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A history of the political struggle in Northern Ireland from the loyalists' perspective, "based on a series of frank and chilling interviews, both with the paramilitary leaders who mapped out loyalist strategy over the years and the gunmen who carried out the bombings and killings."--Jacket.

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User Review  - Zack Wilson - Goodreads

An excellent account of an often neglected viewpoint on the conflict in the North of Ireland, that of the Protestant paramilitaries and the Loyalist community generally. This misunderstood community ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jacqueline Brocker - Goodreads

Film and popular culture often gives us the Republican perspective of the conflict in Northern Ireland, but what of the Loyalists? This book does that extremely well - I certainly now understand their ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction Billy
1
Under Siege
13
Gathering Storm
29
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Peter Taylor, the author of eight story collections and three novels including" A" "Summons to Memphis," which won the Pulitzer Prize, "In the Tennessee Country," and "A Woman of Means, "died in 1994. A Tennessee native, he had lived for years in Charlottesville, Virginia, with his wife, poet Eleanor Ross Taylor.