‘The New RIC: A police Christmas card from 1920 shows the different uniforms worn by members of the Royal Irish Constabulary during the War of Independence. From left to right: an Irish constable; a Black and Tan British constable; a Temporary Cadet of the Auxiliary Division; and a Temporary Constable.’
(Courtesy of PSNI Police Museum)

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