Letter from General Richard Mulcahy to George A. Lyons
1922 Sept. 22.
|Main Creator:||Mulcahy, Richard, 1886-1971|
"With regard to those people whose tendancy is voluntary to surrender, the actual state of affairs is that we are not looking for anybody except those actually engaged in carrying out attacks either upon our forces or on property, or known to be organising such, ..." Goes on to suggest that weapons should be surrendered to a priest. Such persons cannot be admitted into the army
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