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6th July, 2013
With the Irish in Frongoch by WJ Brennan-Whitmore.

The years following the Easter Rising of 1916 were strange indeed for Irish people, with the country shattered by the unsuccessful revolution, and a tension building which would eventually lead to the War of Independence. One chapter of Irish history of the time which has largely been overlooked was the internment of political prisoners such as Michael Collins in Frongoch, a former distillery in north Wales, for eight months following the Rising.

Here, journalist WJ Brennan-Whitmore's...

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