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Terror In Ireland: The Heritage of Hate

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Hardcover, 288 pages
Published May 1st 1981 by Presidio Press (first published 1981)
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Dec 26, 2010 Liam rated it it was ok
'Terror In Ireland: The Heritage of Hate' is probably not Mr. O'Ballance's best work; his actual writing was up to his usual high standard, but unfortunately there are some problems with the content. It is possible that Mr. O'Ballance had a political axe to grind, but it appears more likely to me that the difficulty here was inadequate research exacerbated by reliance on slanted and biased sources. Either way, the result is a seriously flawed book with multiple errors and/or distortions of ...more
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Major Edgar O'Ballance was a British military journalist, researcher, defence commentator and academic lecturer specialising in international relations and defence problems.

He was emergency commissioned a Second Lieutenant from Sergeant in the Sherwood Foresters on 19 January 1941. As a temporary Major he was mentioned in dispatches for service in Palestine between 27 March and 30 June 1948.

He ser
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