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War of Independence in West Clare

Rita Marrinan

War of Independence in West Clare

1918 - 1922

by Rita Marrinan

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rineen Ambush -- History -- September 22nd.1920 -- Rineen,Miltown Malbay,County Clare,Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRita Marrinan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71p. : Pbk.
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20570369M

    Irish War of Independence: A. Frank Aiken (–), a founding member of Fianna Fáil; commanded the Fourth Northern Division of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) during the War of Independence. Aiken was first elected to Dáil Éireann in and would remain in politics until ; Todd Andrews (–), a member of the Irish Volunteers serving in the Irish War of. The Rineen ambush was an ambush carried out by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) on 22 September , during the Irish War of took place at Drummin Hill in the townland of Drummin, near the hamlet of Rineen (or Rinneen), County Clare. The IRA's Mid-Clare Brigade attacked a Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) lorry, killing six officers. Shortly after, the IRA volunteers were attacked.

    The Hand That Held The Gun Untold Stories of The War of Independence in West Clare is a meticulously-researched, blow-by-blow chronicle of the War of Independence in . 2 days ago  I read this short book of life in the favelas during my last visit to Rio De Janeiro. It rang in my ears like the voice of Luke Kelly singing from the back streets of Dublin, a voice apart and yet.

      In the most extreme cases republicans captured and killed civilians they claimed were spies and informers. A total of civilians accused of spying were killed by the IRA during the War of Independence. The geography of IRA executions. The intensity of the intelligence war and the number of related IRA killings varied widely throughout Ireland. Book. Oct ; Eoin Shanahan. The Hand That Held The Gun Untold Stories of The War of Independence in West Clare is a meticulously-researched, blow-by-blow chronicle of the War of Independence.


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The War of Independence in West Clare by Rita Marrinan Introduction On January 21stDáil Éireann declared its independence and pledged itself and the Irish people “to make this declaration effective by every means at our command”.

'The Hand that held the Gun; Untold stories of the War of Independence in West Clare' is a meticulously-researched, blow-by-blow chronicle of the many significant, and often controversial, events and personalities of the revolutionary times that shaped spending more than a decade revisiting these events, Eoin Shanahan not only challenges some long-held perceptions, but also /5(10).

Rita Marrinan wrote The War of Independence in West Clare for her Bachelor in Education Dissertation at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick in We are grateful to Rita for giving us permission to reproduce her work here.

The War of Independence in West Clare by Rita Marrinan: to bed on the night of the 14th at about p.m. while Francis remained in the kitchen reading a book. At about a.m. he was awakened by the sound of shots and falling of mortar in his own room.

Another shot was fired and then he saw a flash going through the partition. A very interesting book, thoroughly researched and detailed factual information. A great contribution to history of Ireland's War of Independence, and a gift to the people of West Clare, as they now have a reliable record of the sacrifices made by so many to achieve freedom from British rule/5(10).

Eoin Shanahan was born and reared War of Independence in West Clare book the parish of Doonbeg, in the heart of west Clare.

He is a nephew of Willie Shanahan, one of the local heroes of the War of Independence. Eoin is a graduate of Dublin City University, with a Masters Degree in Education and Training. The War in Clare, Personal Memoirs of the Irish War of Independence Michael Brennan Snippet view - Shannon shotguns shots side Sixmilebridge soldiers street told took train troops Tulla Volunteers waiting walked wall wandered week West Clare window Wolfe Tone Club wounded.

The War of Independence in West Clare by Rita Marrinan The Final Months of the War The first three months of appear to have been very peaceful and there are no reported incidents.

But this was only the beginning of tragedy in the area for the year because was definitely the most bloody and tragic year of the War of Independence in west Clare. On February 21st the Clare Champion reported the occurrence of a most unusual incident. The War of Independence was fought not as a pitched battle, but mainly as a guerilla war.

The story of Galway's War of Independence has not been fully told before. Those who fought risked all against the Black and Tans and their colleagues, the Auxiliaries, who were ruthless in their attempts to defeat the IRA and used every means to do so. Remarkable photos from War of Independence in Clare added to Foto Some remarkable photographs have been donated to Clare County Library, the property of the late Mr J.J.

Skerritt of Lahinch. The photographs show houses and businesses burnt by the Black and Tans in Ennistymon on 22nd of Septemberduring the War of Independence. He has published a number of books and articles on the War of Independence & Civil War in Clare and Limerick. His most recent book “Revolution – A Photograph History of Revolutionary Ireland ” was short listed for the Best Irish Published Book category in the Irish Book Awards.

The Irish War of Independence (Irish: Cogadh na Saoirse) or Anglo-Irish War was a guerrilla war fought in Ireland from to between the Irish Republican Army (IRA, the army of the Irish Republic) and British forces: the British Army, along with the quasi-military Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) and its paramilitary forces the Auxiliaries and Ulster Special Constabulary (USC).

The war in Clare, personal memoirs of the Irish War of Independence Michael Brennan Snippet view -   A new website on the War of Independence in Clare has been launched.

Created by author and historian Padraig Óg Ó Ruairc, its content includes eyewitness accounts of events, period photographs, history articles, accounts of ambushes and barracks attacks and an interactive map with photographs and diagrams showing where key events took place and the location of war memorials and war.

the War of Independence in West Clare By Eoin Shanahan Tom Shannon's mortuary card (Source: Michael Shannon,Moyasta) On April 7th The Irish Times carried a report from Dublin Castle on the killing of a respected West Clare farmer and Sinn Féin magistrate named Tom Shannon.

The report stated that Shannon, who had served as. Michael Brennan, 'The war in Clare, ' Ernie O'Malley, 'On another man's wound' and 'The Singing flame' (Best written autobiographies of them all, the first deals with the war of independence, the second with the Civil war.

He really was the IRA's intellectual. The Irish War of Independence was a sporadic guerrilla campaign taht lasted from January until July Michael Hopkinson makes full use of the recently opened files of the Bureau of Military Archives in Dublin, which contain valuable first-hand contemporary accounts of the war, meticulously piecing together the many disparate local actions to create a coherent narrative.3/5(1).

Rita Marrinan wrote The War of Independence in West Clare for her Bachelor in Education Dissertation at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick in Click for more The War of Independence: Memoirs of Andrew O'Donoghue, Ex Commander, 5th Batallion, Mid-Clare Brigade from recordings made by Anne Nelligan, Andrew's daughter.

The Black and Tans (Irish: Dúchrónaigh) were constables recruited into the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) as reinforcements during the Irish War of Independence. Recruitment began in Great Britain in January and ab men enlisted during the conflict. The vast majority were unemployed former soldiers from Great Britain who fought in the First World War, although some were from.

The War of Independence in County Clare Septem Hedge School Recordings h1st0ry1r3Land David Fitzpatrick’s Politics and Irish Life, – provincial experience of war and revolution () reassessed.The American Revolution—also called the U.S. War of Independence—was the insurrection fought between and through which 13 of Great Britain’s North American colonies threw off British rule to establish the sovereign United States of America, founded with the Declaration of Independence in British attempts to assert greater control over colonial affairs after a long period.Product Information 'The Hand that held the Gun; Untold stories of the War of Independence in West Clare' is a meticulously-researched, blow-by-blow chronicle of the many significant, and often controversial, events and personalities of the revolutionary times that shaped spending more than a decade revisiting these events, Eoin Shanahan not only challenges some long-held.