The Irish Civil WarBook - 1998
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The Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) the police were viewed as a counter-insurgency force directed at the Catholics.
In many ways the Irish Civil War was one of the most superfluous and wasteful conflicts experienced by Man.
When the fighting ceases in a Civil War, peace does not return. Distrust and hatred permeate a riven country.
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