I do have quite a large range of Republican and to a lesser extent Unionist propaganda songs taken from the troubles, now that that war is over it may be time to examine them. Men Behind the Wire (quite a famous one) Snipers promise (quite an interesting one since it tries to create empathy with the IRA sniper and the soldier who has just been shot) The Sash my Father Wore (standard Unionist anthem, I also recall a case in South Armagh from Toby Harndens Bandit Country (excellent read BTW) when an officer played this around the square the day he was about to leave to celebrate the fact that none of his men had died! This Land is your land (bit loathe to put it here because I think its a really good folk song, I think the original artist was Woodie Guthrie) Go on home British soldiers (Very clever bit of hate propaganda) Wrap the green flag around me Come Out You Black and Tans (I think this goes back to the start of the 20th century, but dont quote me on that.) The Patriot Game (I think this does glorify martyrdom to a certain extent) I am willing to send CDs of this to anyone interested in Propaganda relating to the Troubles from thee 60s to the late 90s. PM me. I think the IRA had some very powerful, what I would term folk propaganda which it used to gain supporters and sympathisers.