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Provisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997: Quiz

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Question 1: It was later revealed that Nelson, while working as a British Army agent, was also involved in the importation of arms for loyalists from ________ in 1988.
Sierra LeoneMauritiusCanadaSouth Africa

Question 2: For a chronology, see ________
Timeline of the Northern Ireland Troubles and peace processChronology of Provisional Irish Republican Army actionsProvisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997The Troubles

Question 3: [103] Another one was brought down in early 1990 in County Tyrone,by the IRA's ________ wounding three of the crew.
Provisional IRA East Tyrone BrigadeThe TroublesProvisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997Pádraig McKearney

Question 4: In the early days of ________ (1969–71), the Provisional IRA was poorly armed, with only a handful of old fashioned weapons left over from the IRA's Border campaign of the 1950s.
Provisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997Omagh bombingBloody Sunday (1972)The Troubles

Question 5: According to the Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN), ________ statistics, the Provisional IRA killed 30 loyalist paramilitaries in total.
Queen's University BelfastOpen UniversityUniversity of UlsterSt. Mary's University College (Belfast)

Question 6: However, the costs of this campaign for both the Provisional IRA and the community which supported the Provisional IRA were increased by the actions of British ________ units and the loyalist paramilitaries.
Special forcesSpecial Activities DivisionCommandoCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 7: [82] ________ reiterated the point in 1989; "Sinn Féin does not condone the deaths of people who are non combatants".
Gerry AdamsGordon BrownNorthern Ireland AssemblyPeter Robinson (politician)

Question 8: Many British civilians were killed during the IRA bombing campaign in England, which was occasionally directed against civilian targets such as pubs and ________ such as the London Underground.
TaxicabTramRapid transitPublic transport

Question 9: Because these men were largely Protestant and unionist, these killings were also widely portrayed (and perceived in unionist circles) as a campaign of ________ assassination.
SectarianismProtestant ReformationSerbsEthnic cleansing

Question 10: For the Provisional IRA's armament, see ________
Real Irish Republican ArmyProvisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997Provisional Irish Republican ArmyProvisional Irish Republican Army arms importation







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