Letter from the IRA to William O'Brien, secretary of the Irish Labour Party, issuing a warning about possible action against railways under Free State control,
1922 Aug. 3.
|Main Creator:||Irish Transport and General Workers' Union|
The members of the I.T.G.W.U. are asked to desist from assisting enemy forces in any such operations as repairing of railways and transportation or handling of munitions and transportation of troops. The consequences of such actions means they will be considered combatants in the war.
Address inscribed is "Field Headquarters, Northern and Eastern Command".
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