‘Na Fianna Eireann and The Irish Revolution 1909 to 1923’ by Damian Lawlor.

'Na Fianna Eireann and The Irish Revolution 1909 to 1923' by Damian Lawlor.

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One response to “‘Na Fianna Eireann and The Irish Revolution 1909 to 1923’ by Damian Lawlor.

  • Vincent Keane,

    The painting of Na Fianna boys with their trek cart was painted by Jim Conway. I’m sure this is the same man that painted the mural outside the pub at Cross Guns Bridge of Brian Boru. (Hedigans, I think). Jim Conway was a fireman stationed at DFB HQ, Tara Street, and I worked there with his son c.1963.

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