- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: ‘Out of Ireland, I Never Shall be Happy’
- 2 The search for direction, 1923–6
- 3 Irish departures, American arrivals, 1923–6
- 4 Transforming the Movement, 1927–30
- 5 Creating a new identity, 1931–5
- 6 Depression, survival and assistance, 1931–5
- 7 Guiding a bombing campaign from the United States, 1936–9
- 8 Restrained action, 1940–5
- 9 Conclusion
- Transatlantic defiance
- Manchester University Press
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