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Michael Collins: The Man Who Won the War

Michael Collins: The Man Who Won the War
Michael Collins co-ordinated the sweeping Sinn Fein election victory of 1918 and put structure on the organization of the IRA. He was the prototype of the urban terrorist and the architect of the war against the Black and Tans. This book offers a fresh perspective on Collins' activities.
Our Price: €12.99
ISBN/EAN9781856356251
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Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
Pub. Date: January 1 2009
Author: Dwyer, T. Ryle
Format: Paperback
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In this completely revised and updated book, T. Ryle Dwyer, offers a fresh perspective on Collins' activities. With new information about his role in organizing the IRB in London in his youth right through to his death in 1922, Dwyer's analysis supports the case for Collins as the chief architect of the Irish victory over the British Empire.Michael Collins co-ordinated the sweeping Sinn Fein election victory of 1918 and put structure on the organization of the IRA. He was the prototype of the urban terrorist and the architect of the war against the Black and Tans. While many have questioned whether Collins ever fired a shot at an enemy of Ireland, he did order the deaths of people standing in his way, and he even advocated kidnapping a US President.
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