#OTD in 1921 – Irish War of Independence: The Battle of Brunswick Street.

Dublin awoke on the morning to 14 March 1921, to the news that six IRA Volunteers, captured in an ambush at Drumcondra two months before, had been hanged, including Francis Xavier Flood, Thomas Bryan, Patrick Doyle, Bernard Ryan and Dermot O’Sullivan. The gates of Mountjoy Gaol were opened at 8:25 am and news of the […]

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#OTD in 1921 – Irish War of Independence: The Battle of Brunswick Street.

Dublin awoke on the morning to 14th March 1921, to the news that six IRA Volunteers, captured in an ambush at Drumcondra two months before, had been hanged, including Francis Xavier Flood, Thomas Bryan, Patrick Doyle, Bernard Ryan and Dermot O’Sullivan. The gates of Mountjoy Gaol were opened at 8:25 am and news of the […]

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1921 – The Battle of Brunswick Street: Irish War of Independence.

Dublin awoke on the morning to 14th March 1921, to the news that six IRA Volunteers, captured in an ambush at Drumcondra two months before, had been hanged, including Francis Xavier Flood, Thomas Bryan, Patrick Doyle, Bernard Ryan and Dermot O’Sullivan. The gates of Mountjoy Gaol were opened at 8:25 am and news of the […]

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