By J. Gantt
Utilizing a transnational process, this quantity surveys the origins of Irish terrorism and its influence at the Anglo-Saxon neighborhood in the course of an period of excessive imperialism. whereas every now and then it posed sharp disagreements among Britain and the USA, their ideological repulsion to terrorism later resulted in cooperation in counter-terrorism thoughts.
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The intense scrutiny of Irish terrorism eventually facilitated collaboration with the British. By the end of the Anglo-Irish War intelligence, law enforcement and military officials began aggressive surveillance operations of Irish nationalist groups and listed Irish nationalists among a number of other revolutionary groups considered a threat to American national security. As a result of the shared transatlantic Victorian values and intense scrutiny of nationalist activities, Americans not only publicly condemned IRA tactics, increasingly labeling their activities as terrorism, but by the end of the war began coordinating counter-terrorism arrangements with the British.
1 In the decades that followed the peoples of both continents witnessed, participated, or were unwitting victims of terrorist attacks, including the violent elimination of unwanted sovereigns, heads of state, state-political leaders, government officials, and political rivals. On occasion, for example the 1870 French Commune, campaigns of terror forced entire metro-state resources to restore order, usually with a vigorous, repressive counterterror. In the United States, Union forces had maintained a conspicuous presence along the Potomac throughout the war, but in the days immediately following the assassination terror gripped the populace, and the District of Columbia organized into a garrison city.
This approach does not adequately account for the deliberate transition that took place among Fenians, neither does it adequately or accurately reflect the changes in strategy that emerged by the mid-1860s. 24 Yet this assessment is hardly universally shared. Over two and half decades ago, challenging the widespread assumption of an orderly Victorian society, historian Donald C. Richter offered some insight to the presence of extraordinary forms of Fenian violence, identifying a distinctive culture of domestic political violence.
Irish Terrorism in the Atlantic Community, 1865-1922 (The Palgrave Macmillan Transnational History Series) by J. Gantt