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Events of national interest 1919-1920

Royal Welsh Fusiliers in a side street with fixed bayonets. Sunday Pictorial 13th April 1919. Armoured car with Policeman seated at the back. Group of police on pavement. Stringent precautions were taken at Limerick during the funeral of R. J. Byrne, the Sin Fein hunger striker, but law and order prevailed. His rescue from the local hospital resulted in his death, and was the cause of the death of Constable O'Brien, who was shot while resisting attempts at rescue. There were also casualties to police and Sinn Feiners. About 3,000 young men followed the coffin.-(Sunday Pictorial exclusive photographs.)

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Filename:P-28-018.jpg
Album name:bmhadmin / P28: Events of national interest 1919-1920
Notes::Type: Photographs, Format: 88 Pictures taken from various newspapers., Date of Origin: Apl. 1919-Apl. 1920., Artist/Photographer: Press photographers., Artist/Photographer Occupation: N/A , Artist/Photographer Provider: Bernard J Golden, 60 Botanic Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin., Date Provided: 4th July 1949, Album Notes: N/A
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Date added:Jul 30, 2012
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