Children of the Revolution contains stories of twenty people who had a parent politically active in Northern Ireland's recent conflict, the majority deeply involved in no-state combatant groups.
Sons and daughters of republicans and loyalists, as adults now, they recount their experiences of childhood and how the activities of their parents impacted on their lives. They tell of police and army raids, prison visits, absent or deceased parents with honesty and emotion. In the end, some individuals were traumatized by their experiences, but all display a remarkable level of resilience in the face of what violent conflict brought their way.
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