Defending Ireland: The Irish State and Its Enemies Since 1922

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - History - 382 pages
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The first study to investigate the interlinked problems of domestic security and national defense in Ireland, this book describes the development of the Irish army and police since 1922.

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In this very readable and informative book O'Halpin provides a thorough overview of Ireland's internal security policies as they developed from 1922 through the Civil War to the transfer of government ... Read full review

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Eunan O'Halpin is at Trinity College, Dublin.

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