Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society': The Intelligence War in Cork City, 1919-1921

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The book is a study of the shooting of suspected civilian informers by the Cork city IRA in 1920-1921. During a one-year period, at least twenty-four Cork civilians died at the hands of the IRA, including a two-week span that saw eight civilians shot. IRA sources claim some of the civilians were members of an Anti-Sinn Fein Society, a pro-British intelligence network operating in the city. The book analyses the existence of such a network, alleged IRA persecution of ex-soldiers, and the strength of the IRA intelligence ...

Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society': The Intelligence War in Cork City, 1919-1921 2007, Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland

ISBN-13: 9780716528326

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Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society': The Intelligence War in Cork City, 1919-1921 2007, Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland

ISBN-13: 9780716528333

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