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Interned. The Curragh Internment Camps in the War Of Independence.

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During the War Of Independence, faced with an armed insurrection it couldn't stop, the British government introduced increasingly harsh penalties for suspected Republicans, including internment without trail. This led to the incarceration of thousands of men in camps around the country, including the Rath and Hare Park camps at the Curragh in County Kildare. Interned is the first book to tell the story of the men who were held in the Curragh internment camps, which housed Republicans from all over Ireland. Faced with harsh conditions, intolerant guards and inadequate and often inedible food, the prisoners maintained their defiance of the British regime and took whatever chances they could to defy their goalers, including a number of audacious escapes. With details of life in the camps, of escapes that included the greatest tunnel breakout during the war, when sixty men got away, and a comprehensive list of those who spent time there, this book is a fascinating history of the men who suffered so Ireland could be free.
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