Address by Countess Markievicz to "Mr. Chairman [Joseph McGarrity?], Friends, and Comrades" [Irish-Americans in Philadelphia, possibly Clan-na-Gael], extolling the recent war for the Irish Republic against Britain such as the use of ambushes and the situation in her Co Sligo, and denouncing the Treaty and partition,
|Main Creator:||Markievicz, Constance de, 1868-1927|
Document labelled in pencil "CM" [Countess Markievicz].
One story describing how the British officials tried concealing the corpses of fifteen British soldiers when shipping them to Britain probably refers to the dead from the Kilmichael Ambush of 1920 as there was a story there that the British army tried concealing the bodies in pork barrels.
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