Back during The Troubles, Irish nationalists fought against the British using the tools that were available to them at the time. They would ambush British patrols using small arms and crude obstacles. Targeted assassinations of collaborators and British officials was another tactic. Of course, they planted a lot of bombs. The Brighton hotel bombing almost took out Margaret Thatcher.
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