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    Defying the IRA?

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    Resignations and police casualties - Royal Irish Constabulary, 1919–1921

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    Primary sources

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    Loyalist propaganda

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    'Gossip, rumour, and propaganda: depictions and perceptions of Irish revolutionary violence' - Brian Hughes

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    'Massacre of Irish Protestants' Propaganda pamphlet published by the Belfast News-letter in 1922, ‘Massacre of Irish Protestants’ – example of the ways in which the loyalist experience of revolution was being portrayed (The Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, D989/C/1/40).

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    ‘Anarchy in the West of Ireland’ – Propaganda pamphlet published by the Irish Unionist Alliance in 1920

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    Samples from IRA intelligence files, 1922 (transcription)

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    Propaganda pamphlet published by the Irish Unionist Alliance in 1920, ‘The Truth About Ireland’ – example of the ways in which the loyalist experience of revolution was being portrayed (The Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, D989/C/1/40).

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    PowerPoint presentation for Brian Hughes' paper - 'Gossip, rumour, and propaganda: depictions and perceptions of Irish revolutionary violence'

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    Audio of Brian Hughes' paper - 'Gossip, rumour, and propaganda: depictions and perceptions of Irish revolutionary violence'

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    Brian Hughes unpublished paper - 'Gossip, rumour, and propaganda: depictions and perceptions of Irish revolutionary violence'

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    Brian Hughes unpublished paper - ‘Loyalists and loyalism in a southern Irish community, 1921–22’

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    Bureau of Military History Witness Statement by David McGuinness

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    Elizabeth Thompson - Irish Grants Committee claim

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    File of the military inquiry into the death of James Beale in Cork, 1921

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    Brian Hughes article - ‘Loyalists and loyalism in a southern Irish community, 1921–22’

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    Bureau of Military History Witness Statement by T.J. McArdle

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    Police Casualties 1919–1921

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    1. Resignations from the RIC for reasons of personal or family fear or intimidation, including cases where no reason was offered – used to compile Table 1.1.

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