Interned for the ‘duration of the war’

Nine months before the outbreak of the second world war, and a month before the IRA’s own Bombing Campaign began in Britain, the unionist government once again began interning republicans in Belfast in 1938. Some were to be held until 1945, without trial or charges. On 22nd December 1938, the RUC carried out a seriesContinue reading “Interned for the ‘duration of the war’”