Bloody Sunday

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Peter Davies, 1962 - Political violence - 212 pages
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Review: Bloody Sunday: How Michael Collins's Agents Assassinated Britain's Secret Service in Dublin on November 21, 1920

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An overview of the Irish independence struggle from the 1916 Easter Uprising to Bloody Sunday, November 21, 1920. A blueprint for other 20th century 'colonial' struggles with the British Empire. Read full review

Review: Bloody Sunday: How Michael Collins's Agents Assassinated Britain's Secret Service in Dublin on November 21, 1920

User Review  - Manray9 - Goodreads

"Bloody Sunday is a brief account of the coordinated assassinations of British agents by Irish republicans in Dublin in 1920. Journalistic rather than academic, Gleeson's book provides good background ... Read full review

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The Forces of the Crown
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After the Surrender
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