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Events of national interest 1919-1920

Daily Mail April 19. 1919. LIMERICK A PROCLAIMED DISTRICT. -Limerick was placed under military control in consequence of the murder of a policeman in a Sinn Fein raid on the workhouse to rescue a man detained there. The Sinn Feiners retaliated by proclaiming a general strike in the district. (Left) Solders placing bar barbed wire on a bridge to prevent it being rushed. (Right) A clerical critic of one of the barbed-wire entanglements. [Daily Mail.

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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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