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Podcast 7 Britain’s Man in Maynooth

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/Podcast-7-Britains-Man-in-Maynooth.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this Paper Trail Pro podcast, we out Britain’s Man in Maynooth. We examine the rather cosy relationship between a highly influential Irish Monsignor at Maynooth College and a British covert spy and propaganda unit. At first glance, the file I found was a brief, quite nondescript information report from …

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Podcast 6: Brian Nelson – Diminishing Responsibility?

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/Podcast-6-Brian-Nelson-Diminishing-Responsibility.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this podcast, we examine the early career of British soldier and Loyalist paramilitary, Brian Nelson. When the murky history of the Troubles is written, Brian Nelson’s name is assured of a place. His name has become synonymous with the word “collusion” as he was a double agent …

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Podcast 5: The Myth of the Orange Pimpernel

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/Podcast-5-Gusty-Spence-and-the-Myth-of-the-Orange-Pimpernel.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this Paper Trail Pro podcast, we examine the Myth of the Orange Pimpernel. Secret British archives prove that Gusty Spence did not escape from police custody when he was the most wanted Loyalist in the north of Ireland. The police simply released him and helped create the …

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Podcast 4: The Murder of Jean Smyth-Campbell

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/podcast-4-the-murder-of-jean-smyth-campbell.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this Paper Trail Pro podcast, we examine the murder of Jean Smyth-Campbell and her family’s campaign for truth. Jean Smyth-Campbell was a 24-year-old mother of a young child who was murdered in west Belfast on June 8th 1972. The state’s police force told her family that she …

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Podcast 3: General Frank Kitson – War Hero or Director of Terrorism Pt 2

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/podcast-3-kitson.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this Paper Trail Pro Podcast, author Ciarán MacAirt discusses the legacy of General Frank Kitson. This is the second part of a two-part podcast examining the legacy of General Frank Kitson in light of his development of the covert British Army unit, the Military Reaction Force, which was guilty …

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Podcast 2: General Frank Kitson – War Hero or Director of Terrorism?

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/podcast-2-General-Frank-Kitson-War-Hero-or-Director-of-Terrorism-Pt-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn the second of the Paper Trail Pro Podcasts, author Ciarán MacAirt discusses the legacy of General Frank Kitson. General Frank Kitson (right) is a renowned British Army military strategist and counter-insurgency expert. His books include Gangs and Counter-Gangs and Low Intensity Operations: Subversion, Insurgency and Peacekeeping. Kitson …

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Podcast 1: World Wars and Local Memories

https://www.papertrail.pro/wp-content/uploads/podcast-1-World-Wars-and-Local-Memories.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn the first of the Paper Trail Pro Podcasts, author Ciarán MacAirt discusses World Wars and Local Memories. This personal journey finds him trudging from the killing fields of World War 1 to the back-streets of Belfast where death-squads roamed. He discusses his work with the McGurk’s Bar …

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