Wicklow and the First World War

A talk by Christopher Power

A talk on Monday, March 25th, at 8.30pm in The Old School House, Roundwood, facilitated by the Roundwood and District Historical and Folklore Society.

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Hi All, Following an excellent talk last night on the Wicklow & the First World War with Christopher Power, please find below some extra info & links that I mustered together relating to the subjects discussed in the Q&A that some of you may find interesting. A great digital resource.... http://soldierswills.nationalarchives.ie/search/sw/home.jsp A searchable online database at The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.... http://www.cwgc.org/ An invaluable resource regarding local Wicklow soldiers who perished... http://www.thehistorypress.ie/product.asp?P_ID=470 Insightful letters from an Irish soldier to his partner in Castle Street Bray..... http://www.thejournal.ie/a-snapshot-of-the-irish-in-world-war-i-666341-Nov2012/ Not Wicklow related but a great story about two brothers who made a stand....ie conscientious objectors http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/nov/08/family-military-first-world-war

By Cathal Mac Oireachtaigh
On 27/03/2013

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