Lest we forget : some march anniversaries ... /
issued by Ghosts [Cumann na mBan].
|Main Creator:||Cumann na mBan|
Notice calling for people to remember the prisoners who were killed while imprisoned in March 1923. ext reads: "Are we to forget these murders, forgive the murder cabinet and lavishly accept British domination, the cause of all our evils. When we have broken every link of the connection with the British Empire and removed every trace of the conquest. Then and only then, shall we forgive and forget." References are made to the following: Prisoners taken from Killarney Barracks, tied together and bombed to death at Countess Bridge, Kerry on March 7th, 1923 included Jer. Donoghue, Stephen Buckley, Daniel Donoghue and Tim Murphy. Prisoners taken from Caherciveen Barracks, Co. Kerry tied together and blown up by a mine at Caherciveen on March 12 1923 included Daniel Shea, Mike Courtney, John Sugins, Willie Riordan and Eugene Dwyer. Prisoners taken out from Tralee Barracks, tied together and blown up by a mine at Ballyseedy Cross, Kerry on March 6 1923 are listed and included George Shea, Timothy Twomey, Patrick Hartnett, Patrick Buckley, John Daly, James Connell, James Walsh and John O'Connor.
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[Dublin : Cumann na mBan, n.d., ca. 1923].
A copy of this item is held in the Department of Ephemera at EPH D289.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 30 x 20 cm.
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|CBF LO LB 161(69)||Currently Unavailable Special Access||Librarian's Office|
|EPH D289||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|