Four Killings: Territorial disputes and bloodshed on the rocky road to a new Ireland

RTÉ presenter and history buff Myles Dungan looks back at his family’s involvement in one of the most violent episodes in the War of Independence

30th May, 2021
Four Killings: Territorial disputes and bloodshed on the rocky road to a new Ireland
A suspected member of Sinn Féin is searched at gunpoint by members of the Black and Tans, during the Irish War of Independence in 1920. Picture: Getty


Four Killings: Land Hunger, Murder and Family in the Irish Revolution

By Myles Dungan

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