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Garda Síochána - History - Garda Commissioners
... It was his successors, Eoin O'Duffy and Éamon Broy, who played a central role in the development of the force ... Broy had greatly assisted the Irish Republican Army (IRA) during the Anglo-Irish War, while serving with the Dublin Metropolitan Police (DMP) ... Broy's fame grew in the 1990s when he featured in the film Michael Collins, in which it was misleadingly suggested that he had been murdered by the British during the War of Independence ...
Mentors (band) - History
... Eric Carlson ("Sickie Wifebeater" guitar) and Steve Broy ("Dr ... Broy was in and out of the band during its early career due to his preoccupation while pursuing a degree in engineering ... subsidiary of Metal Blade, and released their debut studio LP, You Axed for It!, with Broy returning on the bass ...
Manfred Broy
... Manfred Broy (born 10 August 1949 at Landsberg am Lech) is a German computer scientist ... Broy is a professor in the Institut für Informatik at the Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany ... Broy gained his PhD in 1980 at the chair of Friedrich L ...
Eamon Broy
... Colonel Eamon Broy (or Edward Broy, often called Ned Broy) (1887–1972) was successively a member of the Dublin Metropolitan Police, the Irish Republican Army, the Irish Army, and the ... During the Irish War of Independence (1919–21), Broy was a double agent within the Dublin Metropolitan Police (DMP), with the rank of Detective Sergeant (DS) ... On 7 April 1919, Broy smuggled Collins into G Division's archives in Great Brunswick Street (now Pearse Street), enabling him to identify "G-Men", six of whom would be killed by the IRA ...
Fianna Éireann - Irish Volunteers - Fianna Proscribed
... They were under the control of Ned Broy of the CID and became known as the "Broy Harriers" ... The term "Broy Harrier" was first used in the Seanad by Senator O'Rourke during the discussion on the Garda Siochana estimates on 13 August 1933 ...