British soldiers patrolling the streets of Dublin during the Siege of...
British soldiers patrolling the streets of Dublin during the Siege of the Four Courts, the headquarters of the anti-Treaty Republicans during the Irish Civil War.
November 24, 1920
Friends of the victims and members of the military outside Jervis Street Hospital during the military enquiry into the Bloody Sunday shootings at Croke Park on Sunday, 21 November 1920. Monday's Irish Independent reported what had happened under the headline Raid on Football Match: "Terrifying scenes were witnessed yesterday at Croke Park when, during the progress of a challenge football match between teams representing Dublin and Tipperary, military, R.I.C., and auxiliary police made their…
The scene in Church Street, Dublin, immediately after the arrest of the 18 year-old University College Dublin Medical student Kevin Barry, 20th September 1920. He was hanged on 1st November in Mountjoy Jail for the killing of a soldier. On 15th October 2001 his body, along with nine other IRA men was reinterred in the Republican plot at Glasnevin cemetery in Dublin. ©
1920, Ireland. An RIC officer inspects members of the Auxiliary’s a special force of volunteer British ex-servicemen sent to Ireland to backup the RIC during the war of independents.
Hue-and-Cry Police Gazette, December 24, 1920, featuring under "Apprehensions sought": Ernest Blythe, Denis Galvin, Piaras Beaslai, Richard Mulcahy and Michael Collins. Collins was almost arrested that day at the Gresham Hotel.
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The Irish War of Independence and the Black and Tans in Ireland
First hand account of the atrocities committed by the Black and Tans in raids in Ireland in 1920 and 1921. When was the Irish War of Independence in Ireland? They were the Royal Irish Constabulary Special Reserve. Memories of my grandparents during this time in Dublin and Balbriggan.