O'Donovan Rossa Funeral Souvenir
Pat O'Hagan pictured with one of the mausers from the Asgard that were landed at Howth in 1914. This and several other mausers from the Asgard will be on show in 2016 in the Ambassador Theatre, Dublin. http://irishvolunteers.org/revolution-1916-the-exhibition-ambassador-theatre/
By Diarmuid Gannon. James Gannon, A company 2nd battalion 1st battaltion na fianna Eireann Dublin brigade. He was also member of Collins Dublin Guard.
Ninety-four years ago this week - Capture and execution of I.R.A. Volunteers. On the morning of January 28, 1921, in an area known as Godfrey's Cross, located about 20km. west of Cork city and roughly half way between the villages of Coachford and Dripsey, an IRA ambush party of men from the 6th Battalion Cork No. 1 Brigade lay in wait for a convoy of British troops that regularly used this road when travelling between Ballincollig Barracks and Macroom.
By Eamon Murphy: Fifth Battalion (Engineers) Council as at July 1921. Back (L-R): Lieutenants E. Whelan, C. McCarthy, P. Purfield and M. Kerr. Second Row (L-R): Lieutenants H. Kenny, J. O'Connell, E. Cullen, E. Kelly, J. Murphy and M. Kelly. Front (L-R): Lieutenant J.O'Hara, Captains S. J. O'Reilly, J. Ryan, T. McMahon, Garry Holohan and [...]
Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band 1 – 4 Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band Centenary Project By Jim Lane Rebel Cork’s Fighting Story is honoured to have been able to host this article on this the Centenary year of the Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band, over the coming weeks and Months there will be more Photographs unveiled and if you [...]
The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation wish all our members,supporters and Friends a happy and peaceful Christmas. We also remember our deceased members.