5 edition of Guarding neutral Ireland found in the catalog.
Guarding neutral Ireland
Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-338) and index.
|LC Classifications||D810.S7 K426 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 358 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||2008431730|
Ireland has been neutral in international relations since the s. The nature of Irish neutrality has varied over time, and has been contested since the s. Historically, the state was a "non-belligerent" in the Second World War (see Irish neutrality during World War II) and has never joined NATO, although during the Cold War it was anti-communist and aloof from the Non-Aligned Movement. Brian Girvin has written a fresh and original history of Ireland between and Drawing on new sources and recent scholarship, he tells the story of what is known as ‘The Emergency’ in Ireland, but elsewhere as the Second World War. Despite Ireland still being a member of the Commonwealth, Eamon de Valera refused to join the war against Nazi Germany and declared his country neutral.3/5(2).
That Neutral Island: A Cultural History of Ireland During the Second World War by Clair Wills pp, Faber, £ Like Auden and Isherwood's departure for America in , Ireland's wartime. Being neutral, Ireland had no nighttime blackouts and spotlights made it much harder to escape at night. Between and , some 40 British and German military personnel were taken to K-Lines, mainly aircrews and men from shipwrecked U-boats.
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From they maintained a continuous watch along the IrishPages: Guarding Neutral Ireland reveals the secret relationship between Irish diplomats and military intelligence and British Admiralty intelligence, showing how Coast Watching Service Reports were passed on to the RAF and the Royal Navy in the hunt for the German U-boats and aircraft during the Battle of the Atlantic.
ISBN: August pp; ills. Ireland’s Second World War frontline troops were the men of the Coast Watching Service. From –45 they maintained a continuous watch along the Irish shoreline, reporting all incidents in the seas and skies to Military Intelligence (G2).
Guarding Neutral Ireland by Michael Kennedy,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Guarding Neutral Ireland: The Coast Watching Service and Military Intelligence, /5(1). Michael Kennedy’s analysis is essential reading for readers interested in the history of the “Emergency”’, Barry McLoughlin, Books Ireland (September ).
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Michael Kennedy Ireland's Second World War frontline troops were the men of the Coast Watching Service. From they maintained a continuous watch along the Irish shoreline, reporting all incidents in the seas and skies to Military Intelligence (G2).
This book tells their story. Guarding Neutral Ireland is an original, valuable and informative addition to the expanding corpus of high-quality historical research relating to the 'Emergency'.
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€ - Volume 36 Issue - Robert McNamara. Guarding Neutral Ireland: The Coast Watching Service and Military Intelligence, – The study of neutral Ireland during World War II has become more sophisticated in recent years.
Michael Kennedy's exhaustive account of the coast watching service is the latest book to. Kennedy, Michael. Guarding Neutral Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press, Archivist Note.
During Michael Kennedy’s extensive research within Military Archives using the Look Out Posts Log Books Collection, he recognised the need to create a guide for reading, analyzing and interpreting the log books. The purpose of his work is "to explain what readers can expect to find in a LOP logbook and to.
'Conor Brady's new book, The Guarding of Ireland, takes the history of the force from to the present day, through the State's fight for its very survival against subversives - his access to the s Finlay report lays bare the State's terrifying vulnerability - only then to collide with the hydra-headed monster of organised crime.'.
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The story of that unpreparedness, and of eventual recovery from it in terms of measures in defence of the neutral state, is well-told in Michael Kennedy's Guarding Neutral Ireland: the Coast.Michael Kennedy, Guarding neutral Ireland: the coast watching service and military intelligence, Dublin: Four Courts Press, Clair Wills, That neutral island: a cultural history of Ireland during the Second World War.
Cambridge: Belknap Press, World War II was one of the defining events of the twentieth century. In this. The Emergency, â 5. 28Girvin, The Emergency, 29Wills, That neutral island, 30Wills, That neutral island, 31Kennedy, Guarding neutral Ireland, 1â 29â 32Kennedy, Guarding neutral Ireland, â 9.
27Girvin, Kennedyâ s book is the numerous ways the Coast Watching Service shared operational intelligence with the British.