The Irish War

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HarperCollins, 1998 - History - 404 pages
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THE IRISH WAR: The Hidden Conflict Between the IRA and British Intelligence

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An angry, obsessive analysis of the Anglo-Irish conflict that throws the Good Friday Peace Accords into doubt and condemns Irish extremists (rather than the British) for perpetuating a disorganized ... Read full review

The Irish War: the hidden conflict between the IRA and British Intelligence

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Geraghty (Inside the SAS), a freelance journalist and former Red Beret, exposes the role of the SAS (Special Air Services) and British Intelligence in Northern Ireland. The role of British ... Read full review


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Tony Geraghty, Tony Geraghty is a former paratrooper, the experience having given him a subject to write upon. He writes nonfiction military books such as "Who Dares Wins," a history of the British Special Air Services Regiment, and "Brixmis," the story of England's spying role during the Cold War.