The Arms Crisis of 1970: Arms and the men

Michael Heney’s exhaustive and admirable new book concludes that Jack Lynch knew much more about the plot than he pretended to let on

19th April, 2020
The Arms Crisis of 1970: Arms and the men
Neil Blaney (left) and Charles Haughey (front right) both came under huge scrutiny during the Arms Trial of 1970PA

[History]

The Arms Crisis of 1970: The Plot That Never Was

By Michael Heney

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