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Irish Americans continued to fight in America's armies in subsequent wars and were particularly prominent, with many gaining decorations, in the two World Wars, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. On 26 April the Minister of Defence, Richard Mulcahy, summarised alleged illegal activities by many IRA men over the previous three months, whom he described as ’seceding volunteers’, including hundreds of robberies. Philippe has recorded and performed internationally with artists such as Dave Meegan (U2, Marillion), Phil Vinall (Placebo, Pulp) and Jay...

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Publisher: Penguin Books; New edition edition (October 2, 1984)

ISBN: 0140069259

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