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Events of national interest 1919-1920

HOW ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY IS TRAINED. Daily Mail 1st April 1920. IRISH POLICEMEN AT SCHOOL. - Ex-soldier recruits to the Royal Irish Constabulary, most of them still wearing their army uniforms, in the law school at the depot of the force. They are given six months tuition under a specially qualified instructor. ["Daily Mail" photograph. "ON THE SQUARE" AGAIN! - Even if they have served in the army Royal Irish Constabulary recruits have to go through a course of drill and musketry exercises. A squad at musketry instruction at the depot. ("Daily Mail."

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Filename:P-28-001.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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