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THE Cork Spy Files have for the first time shed some light on one of the darkest periods of Irish history and reveal the true extent of the violence during the War of Independence in Cork.

The research project, headed by Dr Andy Bielenberg, senior lecturer in history at UCC, and James S Donnelly Jr, emeritus professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and in partnership with the Irish Examiner, chronicles the killings of 78 suspected British spies at the hands of the IRA during the War of Independence.

Following extensive searches of a wide array of archival and printed sources, the two researchers have assembled a database of all members of the Crown Forces (soldiers, regular RIC, and RIC Auxiliary cadets), all volunteers or members of the IRA, and all civilians killed in Cork city or county during the conflict. From this material, a special set of entries dealing exclusively suspected spies executed by the IRA in Co Cork in 1920 and 1921 (to the Truce) was also compiled. The names of almost 80 victims appear in the database.

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THE Cork Spy Files have for the first time shed some light on one of the darkest periods of Irish history and reveal the true extent of the violence during the War of Independence in Cork.

The research project, headed by Dr Andy Bielenberg, senior lecturer in history at UCC, and James S Donnelly Jr, emeritus professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and in partnership with the Irish Examiner, chronicles the killings of 78 suspected British spies at the hands of the IRA during the War of Independence.

Following extensive searches of a wide array of archival and printed sources, the two researchers have assembled a database of all members of the Crown Forces (soldiers, regular RIC, and RIC Auxiliary cadets), all volunteers or members of the IRA, and all civilians killed in Cork city or county during the conflict. From this material, a special set of entries dealing exclusively suspected spies executed by the IRA in Co Cork in 1920 and 1921 (to the Truce) was also compiled. The names of almost 80 victims appear in the database.

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