Journal Volume 5 2006

John Francis O'Reilly and John Kenny: Irishmen sent by the Germans to spy in Ireland during World War 2 (continued/7)


Special thanks are extended Michael Kelliher, Bray Public Library, who provided me with specific information from provincial newspapers dealing with John Francis O'Reilly, John Kenny and John Lenihan.


[1] Conor Brady, Guardians of the Peace, Dublin, 2001.

[2] An Cosantoir, September 1989.

[3] Carolle Carter, The Shamrock and the Swastika, California, 1978.

[4] Tim Pat Coogan, De Valera - Long Fellow, Long Shadow, Dublin, 1993.

[5] John P. Duggan, Neutral Ireland and the Third Reich, Dublin 1989.

[5] T. Ryle Dwyer, De Valera's Finest Hour, 1932 -1945, Cork, 1982.

[6] Guests of the State, Dingle, 1994.

[7] Robert Fisk, In time of War: Ireland, Ulster and the Price of Neutrality, London, 1983.

[8] Mark Hull, Irish Secrets: German Espionage in Wartime Ireland 1939 - 1945, Dublin, 2002.

[9] The Irish Sword, No.75 & 76, 1993-4; No.85, 1999.

[10] Brian Kennedy, Dr. Herman Goertz: A German Spy in South County Dublin, Foxrock Local History Club Publication No. 27, Foxrock, 1989.

[11] David O'Donoghue, Hitler's Irish Voices, Belfast, 1998.

[12] Eunan O'Halpin, Defending Ireland: The IrishState and its Enemies Since 1922, Oxford, 1999.

[13] Terry Prone, Irish Murders - Shocking True Stories, Dublin, 1995.

[14] Enno Stephan, Spies in Ireland, London, 1965.

[15] Louis L. Snyder, Encyclopaedia of the Third Reich, Leicester, 1995.


[16] The Banner, April 1996

[17] The Irish Independent, 13th March 1944


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