Leo Fitzgerald, I.R.A. B. Coy. 111 Battalion Dublin Brigade ;
killed in action in Great Brunswick Street [Pearse Street] 14th March 1921. Go dheis Dé go raibh a anam ["May his soul be on the right hand of God"].
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Lithographic card featuring a black & white image of Leo Fitzgerald taken by Keogh Brothers Ltd., photographers within a black frame with the following text printed underneath image: "Leo Fitzgerald, I.R.A. B. Coy. 111 Battalion Dublin Brigade. Killed in action in Great Brunswick Street 14th March 1921. Go dheis Dé go raidh a anam". Fitzgerald was killed in an Auxilliaries ambush on a republican meeting being held by the Dublin IRA’s 3rd Battalion at 144 Brunswick Street, [now Pearse Street] Dublin; the event is now known as the Pearse St. Ambush.
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[Dublin ; s.n., n.d., 1921].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; transfer from the National Photographic Archive, Temple Bar; originally part of Irish Political Figures Photographic Collection (NPA POLF).
Physical description: 1 postcard : b&w lithographic print ; 9 x 14 cm.
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.