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Trim, September

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ISBN: 9781900923378
AuthorFrench, Tom
Pub Date01/11/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey941.822
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Quick overview New to our stock - Published in 2020 In September 1920 the British government outlawed both the Dáil and Sinn Féin. The IRA began ambushing Royal Irish Constabulary and British Army patrols, attacking barracks and forcing isolated stations to be abandoned. As part of that campaign Trim RIC barracks was raided by local Republicans and arms were taken. The reprisal by Black & Tans for this action came in late September 1920.
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This volume assembles, for the first time, historical documents, photographs and files from a wide range of national and local archival collections, and presents contemporary newspaper accounts of the tumult which the town of Trim experienced one hundred years ago.

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This volume assembles, for the first time, historical documents, photographs and files from a wide range of national and local archival collections, and presents contemporary newspaper accounts of the tumult which the town of Trim experienced one hundred years ago.

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