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The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 30

29 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 30 newspaper, first published 29th August 1914. Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 29

22 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 29 newspaper, first published 22nd August 1914. Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 28

15 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 28 newspaper, first published 15th August 1914. Free article

Asgard Gun-Running Centenary

4 August 2014

HUNDREDS of people gathered in the north Dublin fishing village of Howth on Saturday 26 July to mark 100 years since the Asgard yacht, loaded with 900 rifles and 29,000 rounds of ammunition destined for the Irish Volunteers, landed on the East Pier in 1914. Free article

The Irish Volunteer – Volume 1 - Number 26

2 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 26 newspaper, first published 1st August 1914. Free article

The Kilcoole gun-running

1 August 2014

One of the least known but most important gunrunning operations in Irish history took place in Kilcoole, County Wicklow on 1 August 1914. It arose from an initiative taken in early 1914 by Michael, The O'Rahilly, Director of Arms of the recently formed Irish Volunteers, in conjunction with Erskine Childers, Sir Roger Casement and other prominent nationalists. Free article

Diary of the Asgard

27 July 2014

Mary Spring Rice's diary from Wednesday 1 July to Sunday 26 July 1914 Free article

Running the guns — Howth,1914

26 July 2014

From 'War by the Irish', by John McCann Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 25

25 July 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 25 newspaper, first published 25th July 1914. Free article

Sealed orders – The part the Fianna played at Howth

22 July 2014

By Corporal ‘Willie Nelson’ [Pádraig Ó Riain]. First published in Nodlaig na bhFiann, December 1914 Free article

Film — The Howth Gun-Running of 1914

22 July 2014

The first in a series of short documentaries by An Phoblacht 'Roads To Revolution 1916 - The Landing of the Asgard' Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 23

11 July 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 22 newspaper, first published 4th July 1914. Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 22

4 July 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 22 newspaper, first published 4th July 1914. Free article

Centenary of the Howth and Kilcoole gun-running

1 July 2014

SUMMER 1914: Ireland was like an armed camp but the largest military body in the country, the Irish Volunteers, were mostly unarmed. The country was occupied by the British Army and the Royal Irish Constabulary, both heavily armed with modern weaponry. The unionist Ulster Volunteer Force was equipped with 35,000 new rifles and three million rounds of ammunition brought into Larne, County Antrim, on the night of 24 April. Premium service article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 21

27 June 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 20 newspaper, first published 20th June 1914. Free article

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