Aan de Wiel, Jérôme. "Austria-Hungary, France, Germany and the Irish Crisis from 1899 to the Outbreak of the First World War." Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 2 (Apr. 2006): 237-257.
From abstract: This "article argues that there was a definite 'Irish factor' in the events leading to the outbreak of the First World War, notably in Germany and Austria-Hungary's decision-making process."
[Germany/Historical; OtherCountries/Austria & Ireland/ToWWII]
Aan de Wiel, Jérôme. East German Intelligence and Ireland, 1949-90: Espionage, Diplomacy & Terrorism. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015.
Aan de Wiel, Jérôme. "French Military Intelligence and Ireland, 19001923." Intelligence and National Security 26, no. 1 (Feb. 2011): 46-71.
The author "suggests that the Deuxième Bureau's interest in Ireland was not continuous but essentially shaped by the evolving relations between France and Britain. Simply put, it was of an opportunistic nature."
[France/WWI & Interwar; OtherCountries/Ireland/ToWWII]
Aan de Wiel, Jérôme. "German Invasion and Spy Scares in Ireland, 1890s-1914: Between Fiction and Fact." Études Irlandaises 37, no. 1 (2012): 2540. [http://etudesirlandaises.revues.org/2936]
"[T]he effects of invasion and spy literature on Britain are well-known." This study seeks "to shed light on the situation in Ireland and show that on occasion fiction met fact and fact met fiction. The border between literature and reality was not always clearly drawn."
Aan de Wiel, Jérôme. "Sabotage in the USA! Imperial Germany and Irish-American Contacts, 1900-17." History Ireland 18, no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 2010): 32-35.
The author tells "the story of how the Germans used Irish republicans in Europe and especially the United States for sabotage operations."
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