Security Forces in Northern Ireland 1969-92

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Osprey Publishing, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 64 pages
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The conflict in Northern Ireland remains unlike any other campaign conducted by the British Army this century. There have been no set-piece battles, no decisive victories or crushing defeats; just a grinding, relentless series of small scale operations in response to riots, bombings, sectarian murders and terrorist ambushes. Tim Ripley, a specialist in modern military affairs and research associate at Lancaster University's Centre for Defence and International Security Studies, profiles the operations, tactics, uniforms and equipment of the British and Irish Security Forces and the main terrorist groups involved in 'the Troubles' from 1969-92.
  

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Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
16
Section 3
29
Section 4
52
Section 5
60
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About the author (1993)

Tim Ripley is a freelance journalist specializing in modern military affairs and a research associate at Lancaster University's Centre for Defence and International Security Studies. Previously he studied the collapse of the Warsaw Pact while a research fellow at the University of Oxford. He has written a number of books on military affairs, including Osprey's Desert Storm Special (1) Land Power, The Coalition and Iraqi Armies. He lives in Lancaster.

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