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Events of national interest 1919-1920

DUBLIN'S LATEST TERROR. Daily sketch 5th April 1920. As a precaution against an armed rising like that which took place in Easter week, 1916 Dublin was surrounded by troops, and nobody was allowed to pass without being searched. Notwithstanding the measures taken several income tax offices were burnt down. - (Daily Sketch.)

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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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