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Multivariate Time Series Approaches To Analysing The Northern Irish Conflict: Lessons For Future Sub-State Conflict Control

By Steve Wright & Dave Webb
The Praxis Centre, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds UK


THE SOURCES USED TO COMPILE THE DATA IN
APPENDIX A

 

1. The Army Information Services, H.Q., Lisburn B.F.P .0. 825, Northern Ireland.

Protestants & Catholic Assassinations; Terrorists Killed; Weapons Recovered from Protestants and Catholics; Ammunition Recovered from Protestants & Catholics; Protestants and Catholic Terrorists Out of Action; Shooting Incidents; Explosions; Military Causalities (Killed and Wounded). (Statistics from July 1972-December 1976, supplied in a letter from the Army Press Office, dated 20th January 1977).

C.S. Grenades Used; Rubber Baton Rounds Used; PVC Baton Rounds Used; Occupied Houses Searched; Vehicles Searched. (Statistics from January 1970 to January 1977, supplied in a letter from - Lieutenant Colonel I.G. Graham at the Army Press Office, dated 10th February 1977).

C.S. Cartridges Used. (Statistics from April 1970 to August 1975, supplied in a letter from Lieutenant Colonel Graham at the Army Press Office, dated 5th March 1977).

Kneecappings of Protestants and Catholics. (Statistics from January 1973 to March 1977, supplied in a letter from the Army Press Office, dated March 29 1977).

Assassinations of Catholics and Pr0testants, August 1969 - July 1972; Army personnel injured and wounded, January 1970 to July 1972. (Statistics supplied in a letter from Captain I.M. Plant, dated 14th March 1978).

Shooting Incidents involving the Army. (Statistics from January 1970 to August 1978, supplied in a letter from Captain I.M. Plant, dated 17th October 1978).

Occupied Houses Searched; Number of Cars searched. (Statistics from January 1976 to July 1981, supplied in a letter from Captain R.J. Jackson, dated 19 August 1981).

Shooting Incidents; Explosions; Protestant & Catholic Assassinations; Military Casualties (Army & UDR Killed and Wounded); Weapons Recovered from Protestants and Catholics; Ammunition Recovered from Protestants. (Statistics supplied in a letter from the Army Press Office, dated 23rd July 1981).

2. The Royal Ulster Constabulary Press Office, Knock Road, Brooklyn, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT5 6LE.


Total Killings; Civilians Killed; UDR Killed; RUC and RUC 'R I Killed. (Statistics from August 1969 to December 1976, supplied in a letter from D.M. Hanna, D/Press and Information Officer, dated 10 February 1977).

Shootings; Explosions; Army/UDR Injured; (January 1970 - July 1972). RUC and RUC 'R' Injured, (Yearly - 1968-1976); Civilians Injured (January 1970 - December 1976). (Statistics supplied in a letter from D.M. Hanna, D/Press c\ Information Officer, dated 21st March 1978).

3. The Northern Ireland Office, Government Offices, Great George Street, London SWIP 3AJ.

Internment of Republicans and Loyalists. (Statistics from August 1971 to December 1975, supplied in a letter from IP.5. Proud at the Press Office, dated 7th January 1977).

Sectarian/Interfactional Assassinations (January 1973 - December 1977); Bombs Exploded and Neutralised (January 1970-December 1970); RUC and RUC R' Killed, Army Personnel Killed, UDR Personnel Killed, Civilians Killed, Total Killings; (January 1969 - December 1977); Shooting Attacks Involving the Security Forces, Shooting Attacks Not Involving the Security Forces, Total Shooting Attacks (January 1970 - December 1977); Army Personnel Injured and Wounded, UDR Personnel Injured and Wounded, RUC Personnel Injured and Wounded, Civilians Injured and Wounded, Total Number of People Injured and Wounded (January 1969 - December 1977). (Supplied in a letter from I.PS. Proud at the Press Office, dated 2200 February 1978).

RUC and RUC 'R' Personnel Killed; Army Personnel Killed; UDR Personnel Killed; Civilians. Killed; -;- otal Number of People Killed; Army Personnel Injured and Wounded; UDR Personnel Injured and Wounded; RUC and RUC 'R' Personnel Injured and Wounded; Civilians Injured and Wounded; The Total Number of Injured and Wounded. (Statistics from January 1978 to January 1979, supplied in a letter from I.P.S. Proud at the Press Office, dated February 6th, 1979).

Shootings Not Involving the Security Forces; Shootings Involving the Security Forces; Total Shooting Attacks; Explosions; Bomb Neutralisations; Total Number of Bomb Attacks; Interfactional Assassinations; Army Personnel Killed; UDR Personnel Killed; RU:C Personnel Killed; Civilians Killed; Total Number of Killings; Army Personnel Injured; UDR Personnel Injured; Civilians Injured; Total Number of People Injured. (Statistics from January 1978 to June 1981, supplied in a letter from I.P.S. Proud at the Press Office, dated 10th August 1981).

New Republican and Loyalist Internees. (Statistics from August 1971 to December 1975, supplied in a letter from the Press Office, dated 2nd August 1982).

4. House of Commons, Westminster, London SWIA OAA.

The number of plastic baton rounds fired in Northern Ireland, January 1977 to November 11th 1981. (Statistics supplied by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Mr. J. Prior, in written response No. 79 (dated 19th November 1981), to a Parliamentary question submitted by the MP. for Ormskirk, Mr. Robert Kilroy-Silk, 13th November 1981).

5. Dillon M. &: Lehane D. 'Political Murder in Northern Ireland', Penguin Books 1973.

Protestant and Catholic Assassinations during the period January 1969 - June 1972.

6. Deutch K. &: Magowan V., 'Northern Ireland - A Chronology of Events', Volume I. Blackstaff Press, Belfast, Norther Ireland 1973.

The Number of Bombs Exploded and Neutralised during the period, January - December 1969.



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