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The group was deemed responsible for the countless bombings, raids and street riots on both sides of the Irish border (Derkins, 2003). At first, the group gained popular support and seen as effective in its crusade, until former IRA sponsor Eamon De Valera succeeded the nation’s leadership and internal misunderstandings and dissensions occurred. Its violent exploits (which harbored the agitation of authorities) and pro-German stance during the Second World War caused the lessened popularity of the troop.