Trauma In Time (An Irish Itinerary)
By George G. Lennon 1900–1991
Manuscript Dedicated To Noel Browne
Born in the South of Ireland of old Northern ancestry. He was the leader of an Active Service Unit (Flying Column) during the War of Independence (1916—1921). As a pacifist he was, in part, instrumental with the late Chester Carlson (inventor of Xerography) in founding a large Buddhist community in the United States. He later played a part in the American anti-war movement that sprung up in opposition to the Viet Nam war. His home was in Rochester, N.Y.
Vice C/O West Waterford IRA (C/O Pax Whelan)
Leader – West Waterford Flying Column
Business Manager – Irish Review (New York City 1932)
Secretary – National Association Of The Old I.R.A. 1936 to 1938
Inspector – Irish Tourist Board 1940 to 1943
Secretary – Executive Committee Of The National Planning Conference
Returned To USA 1946
Text Copyright Ivan Lennon/Waterford County Museum Society not to be reproduced without permission. Text that appears in [brackets] are handwritten notes added by Ivan Lennon to his fathers manuscript.
Author: George Lennon