Come Out Ye Black And Tans Poster und Kunst

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Come Out, Ye Black and Tans is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, who were "special reserve constables" (mainly former World War I army soldiers), recruited in Great Britain and sent to Ireland from 1920, to reinforce the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) during the Irish War of Independence. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his Irish Republican Army (IRA) father Stephen, who had fought in the War of Independence, and is concerned with political divisions in working-class Dublin of the 1920s. The song uses the term "Black and Tans" in the pejorative sense against people living in Dublin, both Catholic and Protestant, who were pro-British.

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Come Out, Ye Black and Tans is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, who were "special reserve constables" (mainly former World War I army soldiers), recruited in Great Britain and sent to Ireland from 1920, to reinforce the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) during the Irish War of Independence. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his Irish Republican Army (IRA) father Stephen, who had fought in the War of Independence, and is concerned with political divisions in working-class Dublin of the 1920s. The song uses the term "Black and Tans" in the pejorative sense against people living in Dublin, both Catholic and Protestant, who were pro-British.

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Come Out, Ye Black and Tans is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, who were "special reserve constables" (mainly former World War I army soldiers), recruited in Great Britain and sent to Ireland from 1920, to reinforce the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) during the Irish War of Independence. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his Irish Republican Army (IRA) father Stephen, who had fought in the War of Independence, and is concerned with political divisions in working-class Dublin of the 1920s. The song uses the term "Black and Tans" in the pejorative sense against people living in Dublin, both Catholic and Protestant, who were pro-British.

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Come Out Ye Black & Tans! Original Irish Designs - Please Check Out My Store For Ireland Love

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Come Out Ye Black & Tans! Original Irish Designs - Please Check Out My Store For Ireland Love

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"Come Out, Ye Black and Tans" (sometimes "Come Out, Ye Black and Tan") is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, the British paramilitary police auxiliary force of the RIC in Ireland during the 1920s. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his father Stephen, although authorship of the song is often attributed to Stephen. The melody was adapted from an old air, "Rosc Catha na Mumhan" (Irish for "Battlecry of Munster") by Piaras Mac Gearailt (Pierce FitzGerald, c.1709-c.1792), which is also used for the loyalist song, "The Boyne Water," as well as several other songs in English and Irish.

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Come Out Ye Black and Tans! Poster und Kunst

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