By Michael Martin
This ebook finds for the 1st time, the deep-seated philosophies, tensions and reservations among Ireland's army and its executive from the basis of the kingdom to the current day. It explores intimately the occasions that ended in the profitable pursuit of the democratic correct of organization for contributors of the defense force in eire. It articulates the concept that of the citizen in uniform and the unique courting among individuals of the defense force and society. this is often the tale of the breaking of ranks.
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Breaking Ranks: The Shaping of Civil-Military Relations in Ireland by Michael Martin