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II.iii.10. Statements, made by Kathleen Clarke's sisters Madge and Una Daly, concerning the destruction of their home by British troops,


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In Collection: Tom Clarke and Kathleen Clarke Papers, 1890-1972.
Description: Statements describe events in April 1921 when a combined force of British Army and R.I.C. personnel imposed a 4pm curfew in Limerick city, attacked the Daly family's bakery in the city and subequently raided and destroyed their family home.

Also attached is a typescript statement describing the conditions for republican prisoners detained in Limerick Jail; the unsigned statement is dated 26 March 1923. Included is a description of living conditions, sanitation, food and medical treatment in the prison.
Main Creator: Daly, Madge
Extent: 9 pp.
Call Number: MS 49,356/10 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Copyright owned by the National Library of Ireland.