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The combined force totalled 795 men, including four rifle companies (approximately 400 combat soldiers), three field artillery troops and a field battery. It absorbed more time and energy than any other question. Barrie Rhodes says that he does not see his study as contradicting Peter Trudgill's pioneering work. Reid combines an obviously strong dramatic tradition in Ireland with a concern for the ever-present dangers of life in the North. Their immediate priorities were therefore to amass reinforcements, gather information on volunteer strength and locations and protect strategic positions, including the seat of government, Dublin Castle, which had initially been virtually undefended.

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Publisher: Delta; Original edition (January 27, 2009)

ISBN: 0385342330

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