I am also mindful, however, of the families of all of those who have been devastated by the actions of the IRA and it is their pain, too, which sits acutely with me as I write this.
Families of people such as Joanne Mathers, Frank Hegarty and the Enniskillen bombing victims; and the thousands of others who have had their hearts ripped out of them and their minds fractured at the hands of an organisation which Mc Guinness led in times of war and in peace.
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Stewart, have now launched POW/MIAs: An Enormous Conundrum June 20, 2007 PM EST An Enormous Crime: The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia, by Bill Hendon and Elizabeth A. Martins Press) In the Twentieth Century the United States fought three wars in Asia: World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
In all three, thousands of Americans were captured and became prisoners.
I remember how hurtful it was when my Uncle Joe - reported to be a one-time leader of the IRA - died after a long illness and how reading the different comments flung around on the internet was painful.
It is incredibly sad that those types of friendships were not forged long before, because, had they been, it might have saved heartache for many families touched by the dark hand of what has become known as the "Troubles".
A 'Land Girl', an American GI, and a British soldier find themselves together in a small Kent town on the road to Canterbury.