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A Bullet for the General

For 4 decades in Newfoundland, Major General Hugh Tudor, avoided publicity whilst living a careful quiet life in the shadows. But he lived in fear all his life - for during Ireland's most troubled period, he was the boss of the infamous Black and Tans outfit.(2012)

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