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Iirsh War of Independence
1922: Following the creation of the Irish Free State on 6 December, the last British (U.K.) forces hand over the "Royal Barracks" in Dublin and embark that evening. English, Richard (2003 Armed Struggle, a History of the IRA, MacMillan, isbn. 72 Peak of violence: December 19 edit During the following eight months until the Truce of July 1921, there was a spiralling of the death toll in the conflict, with 1,000 people including the RIC police, army, IRA volunteers and civilians, being killed in the. The Act gave Dublin Castle the power to govern by regulation; to replace the criminal courts with courts martial; to replace coroners' inquests with military courts of inquiry; and to punish disaffected local governments by withholding their grants of money. The soldiers said they were deserters but the IRA suspected they were spies, shot them and dumped their bodies near Woodford, County Galway. One British soldier died in the engagement.
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Both of the other two men are shot on the spot. Affixed to his tunic was the notation "police spy". 95 Moreover, despite the Dil 's acceptance of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in January 1922, which confirmed the future existence of Northern Ireland, there were clashes between the IRA and British forces along the new border from early 1922. IRA unit commanded by Diarmuid Hurley captures an RIC barracks at Castlemartyr, County Cork. Citation needed : third meeting of Dil ireann Dil passed a motion calling on Irish people to ostracise the RIC. Violent attacks by the IRA also steadily increased, however. From the southern casualties, as many of these deaths took place after the 11 the Fight or Flight Response July truce that ended fighting in the rest of Ireland. Blood For Blood, The Black and Tan War in Galway. Still, many military historians have concluded that the IRA fought a largely successful and lethal guerrilla war, which forced the British government to conclude that the IRA could not be defeated militarily.
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