Guerilla Days in Ireland: A First-hand Account of the Black and Tan War (1919-1921)

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Devin-Adair, 1956 - Ireland - 303 pages

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Commandant General Tom Barry was the commander of the West Cork Flying Column of the I.R.A. during the days of the Irish guerilla war aimed at expelling the British from Ireland. Guerilla Days in ... Read full review

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Tom Barry fought with the British Army during the First World War, the Irish Republican Army during the war with England (1919-1921), and the anti-Treaty forces of the IRA during the Irish Civil War ... Read full review


CHAPTER page I The Glorious Protest
West Cork Brigade
The Attacks Begin ii

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