RIC & DMP to be Commemorated as part of Free State 1916 Centenary Events
Thomas Kent, Executed 1916 in Cork, Being escorted by RIC & British Soldiers
27 August 2016: Interdenominational service for DMP and RIC dead of 1916. At the Church of St Paul of the Cross, Mount Argus, Dublin 6W, at 2.30pm. This event has been organised by the Harp Society.
Preas Ráitheas / Press Release
R.I.C. enforcing an eviction
“A follow up to the odious ‘Wall of Shame’ erected in Glasnevin Cemetery and the State commemoration for British soldiers in Grangegorman Cemetery earlier this year, the counter-revolutionary Free State is now gearing up to commemorate the Royal Irish Constabulary and Dublin Metropolitan Police who were killed by the Revolutionaries of the Easter Rising which declared an All Ireland Republic in 1916.
No other State on earth goes out of its way to commemorate the war dead of their enemies in such fashion as the Irish Free State; established with pure…
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