Recently released military archives revealed that a veteran of the independence struggle, Kathleen McKenna, was refused a military pension and service medal, and was offered instead a travel pass. This is her story.
On the night of December 5, 1921, as the Treaty negotiations in London reached their denouement, Kathleen McKenna received word at her London accommodation that she was needed back at the Irish HQ. She walked there with Michael Collins’s right-hand man, Ned...
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