A great read for those
interested in Irish Sagas and for those without a nervous disposition.
Nevertheless, this is more acute because it is based on facts and with a
Protestant intro into that world of looming civil war against a backdrop
of those who lived thru the Irish troubles with their own detached
It is largely said that the Ulster troubles could have been ended
earlier with a real committed contribution from those in the middle
class socio economic groups who often were satisfied that it never
encroached their lives. Often said, who where more in keeping the status
quo as it favored their financial interests.
For all its aims, this is essentially a tense gritty read with the ever
looming threat to the trio this account is centered around, and hard to
believe that this took place in contemporary Britain..
THE BOLD TARTAN MEN OF ULSTER,, is a protestant account for once of the
Ulster TROUBLES,, and at last, a departure from the usual republican POV.