Ballymacandy: Fascinating history of a Kerry ambush and what went unspoken

Owen O’Shea’s meticulously researched history of an IRA ambush during the War of Independence where five men died reveals the complexity of the operation and the similar histories of the men on either side

13th June, 2021
Ballymacandy: Fascinating history of a Kerry ambush and what went unspoken
More than 40 IRA volunteers were involved in attacking a cycling unit of 12 RIC officers and Black and Tans on the road between Milltown and Castlemaine


Ballymacandy: The Story of a Kerry Ambush

By Owen O’Shea

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