Notes by Sir John Sankey on the powers of the Advisory Committee under the Defence of the Realm Regulation 14B, in the aftermath of the Easter Rising 1916,

undated [ca. June 1916].
Main Creator: Sankey, John, Sir, 1866-1948
Summary:In the aftermath of the Easter Rising in Ireland, over 3,000 people were arrested for their involvement in the Rising. The majority were transported to prisons in England and Wales. The British Government set up the Advisory Committee in June 1916 and held numerous sittings at which the prisoners were allowed to state their case.
In Collection: Sir John Sankey Papers, 1916-1918
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:Manuscript.

Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).

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Notes by Sir John Sankey on the powers of the Advisory Committee under the Defence of the Realm Regulation 14B, in the aftermath of the Easter Rising 1916,

undated [ca. June 1916].
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In Collection: Sir John Sankey Papers, 1916-1918
Description:In the aftermath of the Easter Rising in Ireland, over 3,000 people were arrested for their involvement in the Rising. The majority were transported to prisons in England and Wales. The British Government set up the Advisory Committee in June 1916 and held numerous sittings at which the prisoners were allowed to state their case.
Main Creator: Sankey, John, Sir, 1866-1948
Language:English
Extent:1 item (3 pages).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 49,632/5 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.