Not While I Have Ammo: A History of Connie Mackey

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During the Irish Civil War, between the 15 and 20 July 1922, the Republican-held Strand Barracks in Limerick, on what is now Clancys Strand, came under constant ferocious attacks from Free State troops. They attacked the barracks repeatedly with armoured cars, and a non-stop bombardment of sniper, machine gun and mortar fire. All attempts to capture the barracks were resisted fiercely by the brave men inside. Finally, when everything else failed to dislodge these gallant men, the Free State turned an 18-pounder Artillery ...

Not While I Have Ammo: A History of Connie Mackey 2008, The History Press Ltd, Stroud

ISBN-13: 9781845889166

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