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Michael Collins and the Women Who Spied for Ireland

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The first book to concentrate on the crucial role played by the women in Collins' espionage ring.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Mercier Press (first published 2006)
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Peggy
Jun 30, 2017 rated it it was ok
The title of this book is misleading,to say the least.
I brought this book in Dublin,last year. Knowing Irish history well and that Mick Collins had an extensive undercover spy network,during the War for Independence,I thought I'd learn something regarding the women who were pArt of it.
Boy was I wrong.
Very little of the book is given over to the women spies.
It's mostly a rehash of what those of us,who read Irish history already know about Michael Collins.

The author literally does not break any ne
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MEDA RYAN, historian and author, is a native of West Cork and now lives in Ennis, Clare; she has participated in television and radio documentaries and has had articles published in a wide variety of history magazines and journals, plus national and local newspapers.
She was was widowed when her Husband, Donal Ryan, passed away in Ennis, Clare on Feburary 3rd 2013, who was also a native of Cork. Wi
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