Detailed account by Bernard J. Phillips of the National Volunteers, of his arrest by members of the Royal Irish Regiment on April 30th,
|Main Creator:||Phillips, Bernard Joseph, 1881-|
Phillips writes that his house at 6 Emorville Avenue was raided, official National Volunteers correspondence and papers were taken by officers of the R.I.R., and that his life was threatened. The officers believed he was a member of the Sinn Féin Volunteers.
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