Letter from Joseph Mary Plunkett to Roger Casement regarding the position of Rev. Thomas Crotty with the Irish prisoners and what part he could play in recruiting them to the Irish Brigade,
1915 May 12.
|Main Creator:||Plunkett, Joseph Mary, 1887-1916|
Plunkett writes that Crotty must be very careful to preserve his neutrality, despite his personal feelings, and so cannot do much to help the cause. While Nicholson can speak more freely in the camp, he is largely ignored.
Inscribed on headed paper "Hotel zur Alten Post / Limburg (Lahn)".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).