Revolutionary in Ireland

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Revolutionary in Ireland

By Seán Macstiofáin
Gordon Cremonesi, 1975
372 pp.

Autobiographical reflections of a former chief of staff of the Provisional Irish Republican Army, who joined the Republican movement in 1949. Throws a revealing light on the movement, on the struggle between Marxists and non-Marxists, and on one of its principal leaders who here recounts his experiences in prison, alternating with his exploits in violence.

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