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46 Men Dead: The Royal Irish Constabulary in County Tipperary 1919-22

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This thought-provoking book shows that the Irish War of Independence in County Tipperary was a microcosm for the wider battles. The popular image of the RIC is that they were the `eyes and ears of Dublin Castle', an oppressive colonial force policing its fellow countrymen. But the truth is closer to home: many were Irishmen who joined because it was a secure job with prospects and a pension at the end of service. When confronted with a volunteer army of young and dedicated guerrilla fighters, it was unable to cope. B&W Photos.

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Author John Reynolds
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 189
ISBN-13 9781848892729
Publisher Collins Pr

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