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British Intelligence in Ireland: The Final Reports (Irish Narratives) ebook

by Peter Hart


Historians have long accepted that the one conflict in which there was a clear winner was that of Intelligence, where British ineptitude was painfully exposed by the organizational genius of Michael Collins. This judgment is challenged by the recent release of two confidential self-assessments prepared for the army and the police in 1922

In his final report to the British Government Winter listed the following as his main methods of intelligence gathering .

In his final report to the British Government Winter listed the following as his main methods of intelligence gathering: Agents obtained by local Police and through the agency of Local Centres. Agents recruited in England and sent to Ireland. Hart, Peter: British Intelligence in Ireland: The Final Reports: (Irish Narratives, Cork University Press 2002) : ISBN 978-1-85918-201-7 Book's cover with image of Ormonde Winter.

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2 Hart, Peter (e., British intelligence in Ireland, 1920–21: the final report (Cork, 2002); Hopkinson, Michael, The Irish War of Independence (Dublin, 2002)

2 Hart, Peter (e., British intelligence in Ireland, 1920–21: the final report (Cork, 2002); Hopkinson, Michael, The Irish War of Independence (Dublin, 2002) in Ireland, 1919–1921 (Oxford, 1975); Jeffery, Keith, ‘British military intelligence following World War I’ in Robertson, K. G. (e., British and American approaches to intelligence (London, 1987), pp 55–83; Coogan, Tim Pat, Michael Collins (London, 1990). 3 Pakenham, Frank, Peace by ordeal (London, 1935); Hopkinson, Michael, Green against green: the Irish Civil War (Dublin, 1988); Lawlor, S. ‘Ireland from truce to treaty: war or peace?

The Irish revolution of 1920-1921 ended in a military and political stalemate, resolved only through the mutual compromise incorporated in the Anglo-Irish Treaty.

The Irish revolution of 1920-1921 ended in a military and political stalemate, resolved only through the mutual compromise incorporated in the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Historians have long accepted that the one conflict in which there was a clear winner was that of Intelligence, where British ineptitude was painfully exposed by the organizational genius of Michael Collins.

In his final report to the British Government Winter listed the following as his main methods of intelligence gathering .

In his final report to the British Government Winter listed the following as his main methods of intelligence gathering: 1. Agents obtained by local Police and through the agency of Local Centres. 2. 3. Dublin Special Branch. 4. Persons friendly to the Police volunteering information.

One of the Irish Times' Books of the Year, 2008 Rebellion, partition and a. .The British intelligence community’s handling of Ireland reached a nadir in the summer of 1940.

One of the Irish Times' Books of the Year, 2008 Rebellion, partition and a messy peace settlement ensured that Ireland was a constant thorn in Britain's side after 1916. It puts secret intelligence in the context of the government's other sources of information and explores how deep-rooted cultural stereotypes distorted intelligence and shaped perceptions.

1. This judgement is challenged by the recent release of two confidential self-assessments prepared for the army and the police in 1922

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The Irish revolution of 1920-1921 ended in a military and political stalemate, resolved only through the mutual compromise incorporated in the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Historians have long accepted that the one conflict in which there was a clear winner was that of Intelligence, where British ineptitude was painfully exposed by the organizational genius of Michael Collins. This judgement is challenged by the recent release of two confidential self-assessments prepared for the army and the police in 1922. Through many setbacks and inefficiencies, the police report indicates a marked improvement in operations superintended by that "wicked little white snake", Sir Ormonde de l'Epee Winter (1875–1962). His report, though self-serving and flawed, provides a uniquely detailed and personal account of Intelligence from the inside. The editor's introduction assesses the purpose, reliability and significance of these reports. Their publication is a significant contribution to the study of Irish revolutionary history.
British Intelligence in Ireland: The Final Reports (Irish Narratives) ebook
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