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  • Author:
    David McKittrick,Eamonn Mallie
  • ISBN:
    034082168X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0340821688
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  • Publisher:
    Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (October 18, 2001)
  • Pages:
    320 pages
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    Europe
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The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.

David McKittrick is a Belfast-born journalist who has reported on Northern Ireland since 1971. McKittrick began his career as a reporter for the East Antrim Times. He worked briefly for BBC Northern Ireland between 1985 and 1986, before joining The Independent. He has since worked as the paper's Irish correspondent.

Mallie & McKittrick: IRA seen by many Irish-Americans as. 'anti-colonial freedom fighters'. Peter King, republican congressman: young college graduates & professionals previously disinterested in the Irish issue were. radicalised by the hunger strikes'.

This text tells the story of the Irish peace process from 1981, through the words of the key people involved - many of whom have never talked on the record. Those interviewed include both British and Irish Prime Ministers and their most senior aides, including former cabinet secretaries.

Endgame In Ireland book. Eamonn Mallie, David McKittrick

Endgame In Ireland book. Eamonn Mallie, David McKittrick. Mallie and McKittrick have used the archives of the four-part BBC series of the same name, which I haven't seen, but which I imagine covers much the same points in much the same way.

As controversial as the television series this book tells, more vividly than ever before, the inside story of the peace process from 1981 through the words of the key people invloved - many of whom have never talked 'on the record'.

The book of the series, by Eamonn Mallie and David McKittrick, is published by Hodder & Stoughton; 314 pages .

The book of the series, by Eamonn Mallie and David McKittrick, is published by Hodder & Stoughton; 314 pages; £1. 9. Reuse this content The Trust Project. More from Books and arts.

Eamonn Mallie, David McKittrick. The book recounts the secret meetings and clandestine negotiations that took place. Paperback ISBN 034082168X.

Mallie and McKittrick have used the.

With David McKittrick) Endgame in Ireland (based on a television series) . Eamonn Mallie News Services.

With David McKittrick) Endgame in Ireland (based on a television series), Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 2001. In addition to reporting on current events in Northern Ireland, Mallie has also authored several books that combine facts with more in-depth analysis, among them Endgame in Ireland and The Fight for Peace: The Secret Story behind the Irish Peace Process, both coauthored with fellow journalist David McKittrick.

Granted access to the research undertaken for the RTE/BBC television series "Endgame in Ireland", the authors of this book reveal the inside story of the Northern Irish peace process from 1981. The book recounts the secret meetings and clandestine negotiations that took place as all parties struggled to overcome centuries of distrust. It tells the story through the words of the key people involved - many of whom have never talked "on the record". As well as the material from the series, the authors have included extra material to add their personal insight gained through their long experience reporting on the conflict.

TheSuspect
Found this book really informative and accurate with dates and look forward to getting an the follow up with the St. Andrews agreement.
Bluddefender
This is a great overview of "the Troubles" in Northern Ireland, the background to the conflict, the principal characters and the Peace Process. Well worth reading.
Auridora
The book i felt took awhile to took off and perhaps was a bit over simplified at times. Taken as it from the Television series on the same subject i thought there was too much given too quoted recollections from the various parties involved. Nonetheless for any student of the Troubles I would definitely recommend this book and particularly the second half.