2 edition of What the Irish Regiments have done found in the catalog.
What the Irish Regiments have done
S. Parnell Kerr
|Statement||by S. Parnell Kerr ; with a diary of a visit to the front by John E. Redmond, M.P..|
|Contributions||Redmond, John E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
An article posted by Irish author, Irish Volunteer Commemorative member and historian Padraig O Ruairc. Thanks -enactors have been asking me for some time about Irish Volunteers / I.R.A. uniforms and what is and is not accurate. This is a very big issue to cover as the uniform, appearance, personnel, weaponry targets and tactics. Every member of the Irish regiments in the British army were included in the nine volumes as being Irishmen, though many of them were English, .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kerr, S. Parnell. What the Irish regiments have done. London, T.F. Unwin Ltd.  (OCoLC) Document Type. The Irish military diaspora refers to the many people of either Irish birth or extraction (see Irish diaspora) who have served in overseas military forces, regardless of rank, duration of service, or success.
Many overseas military units were primarily made up of Irishmen (or members of the Irish military diaspora) and had the word 'Irish', an Irish place name or an Irish person in the unit's. This is a series of videos I have done for YouTube and for The Irish Times on Ireland and the First World War.
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Redmond" See other formats. Although certain elements of the work have been revised, it still stands virtually alone as a single source for detailed Union casualty figures from the American Civil War.
Although the majority of Irishmen served in non-Irish units during the conflict, there were still a large number of ‘Irish’ regiments. The Irish regiments on the Western Front during the early part of the war, also 40pp. on the Dardanelles (landing at V Beach & Suvla Bay), short account of 10th (Irish) Div.
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Elaine Byrne: Ireland was on the cusp of the Easter Rising when thousands of Irish men joined up to serve with the British army in the first world war. Author: Elaine Byrne. & SHEPARD. GENTLEMEN: By your kindness I have been shown the proof sheets of Captain Macnamara's book, entitled " THE IRISH NINTH IN BIVOUAC AND BATTLE."You have also done me the honor to request my opinion of its merits.
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Only 21 served in Irish Regiments or less than 1% of the men born in Dundee who died in the Great War. Of thenames, some 1, served in Irish Regiments or % of the total. Just under half served with north Irish Regiments with strong Unionist/Protestant sympathies.
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The current holders are descended from the Northern Irish Regiments - Royal Irish Rifles, Royal Irish Fusiliers and Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. It would have been more appropriate historically to use one of those titles.
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