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by Seán MacStiofáin

Author: Seán MacStiofáin
Language: English
Publisher: G. Cremonesi; First Edition edition (1975)
Pages: 372 pages
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Also published as Revolutionary in Ireland. Sean MacStiofain dead, founded Provisional IRA", Irish Echo Online, 23–29 May 2001. Adams and IRA's secret Whitehall talks", BBC News, 1 January 2003,. RTÉ This Week radio interview:.

Revolutionary in Ireland.

Select Format: Hardcover. Revolutionary in Ireland. ISBN13: 9780860330318. Release Date: January 1975.

After his release from prison Sean made his first journey to Ireland and became heavily involved in republican politics

After his release from prison Sean made his first journey to Ireland and became heavily involved in republican politics. During the civil rights upheavals of 1968-9 the catholic population soon came under attack, not just from the auspices of the state, but also from the Protestant Loyalists. Catholics looked at the virtually inactive 'Marxist' . with distain, at their inability to defend the areas. by Seán MacStiofáin. Seán MacStiofáin (1928-). Published 1975 by G. Cremonesi in . Written in English. Guerrillas, Provisional IRA, Biography, Internet Archive Wishlist.

Sean MacStiofain was a key player in the founding of the Provisional IRA in the early 1970s, but his hard-line .

Sean MacStiofain was a key player in the founding of the Provisional IRA in the early 1970s, but his hard-line reputation suffered when he ended a protest hunger strike. Senior legal sources said the inquiry was exploring the possibility that MacStiofain, apart from being the IRA's chief of staff, was also the Provisionals' commanding officer in Derry in January, 1972, when British paratroops shot dead 13 Catholic protesters. Although he was born John Stephenson at Leytonstone, in east London, Sean MacStiofain said he always considered himself to be Irish. He did not get on well with his father, a solicitor's clerk, but readily accepted the views of his mother, who was from Belfast. Gordon Cremonesi, 1975 372 pp. Purchase. Autobiographical reflections of a former chief of staff of the Provisional Irish Republican Army, who joined the Republican movement in 1949.

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Seán MacStiofáin (1928–2001) was born lohn Stephenson in Leytonstone, east London, and . On his return to London MacStiofáin immersed himself in Irish culture, although it was not until 1950 that he first visited Ireland, by which time he had formed an IRA unit in London

Seán MacStiofáin (1928–2001) was born lohn Stephenson in Leytonstone, east London, and raised in Islington. On his return to London MacStiofáin immersed himself in Irish culture, although it was not until 1950 that he first visited Ireland, by which time he had formed an IRA unit in London. In 1953 he was sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment for his part in a foiled raid on a military base in Essex. He moved to Cork after his release in 1959 and was appointed director of intelligence of the IRA seven years later.

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