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By Peter Hart

This publication explores the lives, deaths, enemies, and sufferers of the main strong guerrillas of twentieth-century eire: these of the Cork I.R.A. among 1916 and 1923. Drawing on an extraordinary physique of assets, together with various interviews it is a uniquely intimate research of revolution, guerrilla warfare, and ethnic conflict.

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