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'Make the terror behind greater than the terror in front'? Internal discipline, forced participation, and the I.R.A., 1919–21 (pre-published version)
(Cambridge University Press, 2018)
This article will explore two relatively neglected features of the Irish Republican Army’s (I.R.A.) guerrilla war between 1919 and 1921: internal discipline and forced participation. The gravest disciplinary measure was ...
Loyalists and loyalism in a southern Irish community, 1921– 22 (pre-published version)
(Cambridge University Press, 2016)
A second Irish Grants Committee met for the first time in October 1926 to deal with claims for compensation from distressed southern Irish loyalists. By the time it had ceased its work, the committee had dealt with over ...
Defying the IRA? Intimidation, coercion, and communities during the Irish Revolution
(Liverpool University Press, 2016)
Contested memories: revisiting the battle of Mount Street Bridge, 1916
(British Journal for Military History, 2017)
The Battle of Mount Street Bridge, 26 April 1916, was the most successful rebel military engagement of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin. Though it accounted for something in the region of half of the total British casualties ...