The IRA in the Twilight Years: 1923-1948
The period of 1923-1948 in Irish Republic history, carried the sombre undertones of an unrealized and unrealizable ideal. In spite of riots, shootings and death, 500 unconvicted men eked out the war years in Tintown University. Here, they tell their story, spanning 25 years of history.
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The Year 1924
The Year 1925
The Year 1926 The Movement Divides
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