07 January 2021, The Tablet

Bloody cost of Ireland's revolution 1916-1921

Bloody cost of Ireland's revolution 1916-1921

Tomás Mac Curtain, Lord Mayor of Cork, who had served as a senior officer in the Irish Republican Army, was shot dead in front of his wife and son by members of the Royal Irish Constabulary in March 1920

A riveting, harrowing account of the men, women and children who lost their lives in Ireland between 1916 and 1921
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