Na Fianna Eireann signalling exercises.


Signalling, both semaphore (shown here without the flags) and morse code, formed a major part of the standard Fianna training routines, along with drilling, first aid, rifle exercises, knot tying, tent pitching, lighting fires, cooking and even swimming.

Here is an extract from the 1914 Fianna Handbook on ‘Signalling’


 Photo courtesy of the Liam Langley Collection.


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