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World War I

Stretcher bearers at the Battle of Thiepval Ridge

During World War I (1914-18) over 1000 individuals from Waterford City and County lost their lives and many more were injured mentally or physically, often both. While some went out of duty, others went for adventure or perhaps an income, whatever the reason no one could have foreseen the devastation to come.

The First World War And Ireland
The study of Ireland and the First World War, until very recently suffered from what the English historian George Boyce has called 'a symbol of the battle between Unionism and Nationalism'

The Hay Plan & Conscription In Ireland During WW1
British rule in Ireland did not end with the Easter Rising of 1916 as many people believe but an event that occurred two years later, what we now call the Conscription Crisis.

Private Maurice Duggan Royal Irish Regiment
Maurice Duggan from Bonmahon, a private in the 6th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, was officially listed as being 19 years of age when he died of wounds at the start of the Battle of Messines.

Ireland's Forgotten Allotment Scheme
The Allotment Movement In Ireland.

Christmas In Ireland 1914
Christmas In Ireland 1914

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