Soldiering Against Subversion: The Irish Defence Forces and Internal Security During the Troubles, 1969–1998
Soldiering Against Subversion: The Irish Defence Forces and Internal Security During the Troubles, 1969–1998

Soldiering Against Subversion: The Irish Defence Forces and Internal Security During the Troubles, 1969–1998

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Author: Harvey, Dan

Brand: Irish Academic Press

Edition: Illustrated

Format: Illustrated

Number Of Pages: 266

Release Date: 30-08-2018

Details: Product Description Soldiering Against Subversion is the dramatic and previously untold story of the Irish Defence Forces’ critical role in defending the southern state against paramilitary forces during the worst years of the modern Troubles. About the Author Lieutenant Colonel Dan Harvey, now retired, served on operations at home and abroad for 40 years, including tours of duty in the Middle East, Africa, the Balkans and South Caucasus, with the UN, EU, NATO PfP and OSCE. He is the author of Into Action: Irish Peacekeepers Under Fire, 1960-2014 (2017) and Soldiers of the Short Grass: A History of the Curragh Camp (2016).

EAN: 9781785371851

Languages: English

Binding: Paperback

Item Condition: New