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The Black & Tans in the Anglo-Irish war

The Black & Tans in the Anglo-Irish war

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Published by Ireland in Schools
Introduces students taking history in Years 12 & 13 in England to the part played by special forces - the Black & Tans and the Auxiliaries - in the Anglo-Irish war. For more resources on this turbublent period in Anglo-Irish relations, please go to http://journals.aol.co.uk/iis04/trials.
Introduces students taking history in Years 12 & 13 in England to the part played by special forces - the Black & Tans and the Auxiliaries - in the Anglo-Irish war. For more resources on this turbublent period in Anglo-Irish relations, please go to http://journals.aol.co.uk/iis04/trials.

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Published by: Ireland in Schools on Jun 05, 2007
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A state of war exists and murder andviolence against the English are not crimesuntil the alien invaders have left thecountry.
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(IRA newspaper), 31 January 1919Dan Breen was one of the men behind the Soloheadbegambushin Co. Tipperary, 21 January 1919, in whichtwo Irish constables of the RIC were killed.It marked the start of the Anglo-Irish war.

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