Monthly Archives: August 2013

‘A bed to lie o…

‘A bed to lie on, and enough food to keep life in us to enable us to work, is all any of us should think of now.’ When Terence MacSwiney was attempting to keep the Irish Volunteers out of the … Continue reading

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Commemorations and Perceptions of the Auxiliary Division

   (Laying of Wreaths at RIC Memorial, Glasnevin Cemetery, 2012. Photograph: Longford Leader) The Auxiliary Division are perceived as almost being inseparable from their sister force, the Black and Tans, at least as far as the average commentator is concerned. … Continue reading

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Pádraig Óg Ó Ruairc on Commemorating Kilmichael A well written article exploring the minefield that is the proposed commemorative tribute to the Auxiliary Division, at the site of the Kilmichael Ambush. 

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