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Trivia Question: “Black and Tans” was a nickname what nation used to describe occupying British soldiers?

Answer: Ireland

This nickname came about in the early 20th Century. This was a period of deepening social turmoil as Ireland’s Home Rule Movement heated up. British peace-keeping troops in Ireland earned the nicknames “Black and Tans” because of the uniforms they wore.

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