Military Internees, Prisoners of War and the Irish State by B. Kelly

By B. Kelly

among 1939 and 1945, over 200 German and forty-five Allied servicemen have been interned in impartial eire. They awarded a chain of tremendous complicated concerns for the de Valera govt, which strove to stability Ireland's overseas relationships with its duties as a neutral.

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