The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The story of republicanism’s unlikeliest footsoldier, but not in her own words

This able retelling of Rose Dugdale’s IRA-assisted theft of paintings from Russborough House in 1974 suffers from the absence of her own voice

24th January, 2021
The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The story of republicanism’s unlikeliest footsoldier, but not in her own words
Rose Dugdale, a millionaire’s daughter, helped the IRA by stealing paintings, including a Vermeer, from a Co Wicklow mansion in 1974. Picture: Shutterstock

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The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The True Story of Rose Dugdale and the Russborough House Art Heist

By Anthony M Amore

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