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Title: Handwritten first hand account, by a member of the Dublin Irish Volunteer Training Corps describing the Battle of Mount Street
Authors: Dublin Diocesan Archive, for transcription
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Keywords: 1916 Rising
Irish Volunteer Training Corps
Battle of Mount Street
Gorgeous Wrecks
Issue Date: 1916
Description: Very rare handwritten first hand account, by a member of the Dublin Irish Volunteer Training Corps (known as the "Gorgeous Wrecks" because of their red Georgius Rex armbands) of their activities at the Battle of Mount Street. They were fired upon by Irish Volunteers in the mistaken belief they were armed. In fact their rifles were not loaded.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10599/11976
Latitude: 53.337039
Longitude: -6.239339
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Appears in Collections:1916-1921: Revolution

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