Northern divisions: the old IRA and the Belfast pogroms, 1920-22

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Beyond the Pale Publications, 2001 - History - 322 pages
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Jimmy McDermott and his brother Johnny were IRA officers in Belfast in the 1920s, but they went their separate ways when the IRA split over the Treaty. In this book, Jimmy McDermott's grandson presents a powerful chronicle of Belfast republicanism and the role of the 3rd Northern Division of the IRA around the time of partition, helping to explain strands of the conflict which are still with us today, such as policing, secretarianism and mistrust of political institutions.

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How strange, the author of this book is my first cousin; my Dad is his Dad's brother.
I'm Enflush, I've never been to Ireland but I have a longing...
I ordered Jim's book and read it, it's very
comprehensive and I learned alot.
I'm glad Jim, you met your grandparents and could formulate a comprehensive opinion of them.
I'd like to know my family
Clare Smith-Hill was McDermott
 

Contents

The Rise of Republicanism in Belfast
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Footnotes
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Bibliography
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