Provos: The IRA and Sinn Fein
This work examines the Provos, from 1969, when the IRA was effectively dead and buried, to within a few short years, when it had resurrected to become the most feared and sophisticated terrorist organization in the world. The book is based on in-depth interviews with key personalities in the Army, Police, British and Irish governments, giving first-hand accounts of the key events. Based on the author's television series on the IRA, this book traces the group's history and relationship with Sinn Fein.
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Review: Provos: The IRA & Sinn FeinUser Review - Matt - Goodreads
One of the objectives I had when I sought a book about the Troubles was that it had to be as unbiased as possible, which is no small order given the nature of the conflict in Northern Ireland. Peter ... Read full review
Review: Provos: The IRA & Sinn FeinUser Review - RMF Brown - Goodreads
An excellent introduction to the troubles for the layman Irish history, like the history of any other nation, cannot be pigeon holed into neat black and white categories. It's complex, at times messy ... Read full review