Lloyd George boasted that he had “murder by the throat” in a London Guildhall speech on 10 November 1920. He had flooded Ireland with troops, Black and Tans, Auxiliaries, secret service, touts and informers.
Eighteen months later after the Truce and Treaty the British left Ireland defeated by the counter espionage of the people in the shadows who exposed the undercover agents and frustrated their efforts.
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Date of Publication: 01/09/2021