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Limerick’s Fighting Story 1916-21: Told by the Men Who Made It

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Limerick’s Fighting Story 1916-21: Told by the Men Who Made It

By Ruan O’Donnell

Donal Sheehan, a native of Rollisions Bridge , Templeglantine, Newcastlewest. Donal, who was working in the post office in Dublin, was of the three men chosen to travel by car from Dublin to Kerry with the object of making wireless contact with the Aud. The sequence of events which caused the driver of the car in which they were travelling , to make a wrong turn and plunge into the River laune with the loss of Donal Sheehan and his two companians, is dealt with by a contributor to Kerry’s Fighting Story.

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