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Black And Tans - Conduct in Ireland
... They soon gained a reputation for brutality, as the RIC campaign against the IRA and Sinn Féin members was stepped up and police reprisals for IRA attacks ... He was killed during an IRA attack on the RIC barracks in Rathmore, County Kerry, on 11 July 1920. 1920, the Tans "besieged" Tralee in revenge for the IRA abduction and killing of two local RIC men ...
Timeline Of The Irish War Of Independence - 1921 - January
... January 1921 An IRA column led by Eoin O'Duffy mounted an ambush in Ballybay, County Monaghan, one RIC man and one civilian were killed, three Auxiliaries were wounded. 2 January 1921 Two RIC men were shot dead by the IRA in a hotel in the centre of Belfast ... a combined Waterford force at Pickardstown following a feint attack on the Tramore RIC Barracks ...
Royal Irish Constabulary - The Irish War of Independence
... On the day the new parliament first met, two RIC policemen, Constables Patrick MacDonnell and James O'Connell, were killed at Soloheadbeg, County Tipperary, by an IRA raiding party, while on duty ... the British Army controlled the cities of Ireland, the RIC bore the brunt of such assaults in the provinces ... The RIC were especially targeted because of their intelligence value to the British administration ...
Timeline Of The Irish War Of Independence - 1921 - April
... the commanding officer of F Company Auxiliary Division, RIC, was tried by court-martial for the murder of James Murphy on 9 February ... They exchanged fire with other RIC men as they made their escape and two civilians were injured in the crossfire ... Uniformed RIC men assassinated two republican activists, the Duffin brothers, in revenge ...

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