2 edition of Irish Ambulance 1870 - 1871 found in the catalog.
Irish Ambulance 1870 - 1871
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Report of the Irish Ambulance Committee of Dublin, for by Irish Ambulance Committee of DublinPages: Officially, Ireland’s contribution was to be a medical one, via the Irish Ambulance Corps, formed in by concerned Francophiles.
And the motivation was indeed humanitarian, in large part. Irish Passenger Lists, Browse this collection. FromFrance became a refuge for Irish nationalists of all stripes, including John O’Leary, the Fenian who was condemned to live in exile until O’Leary was one of Leonard’s Author: Lara Marlowe.
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Download this Europe Map Illustration Antique Book Page photo now. And search more of iStock's library of royalty-free stock images that features. -- Records for the whole of Ireland from -records for the Republic of Ireland from onwards. Index of deaths ( - ) Reel Number: The so-called “forgotten war”, which was eclipsed in the history books by the global conflicts the following century, saw Irishmen join the Irish Ambulance Corps.
Saturday, Febru 25; 2UD TOE THE WOUNDED OF THE FKENCH. '.; ARMY. i fl 'Hi. Irish Franco-Ambulance Committee begs to JL acknowledge the receipt of the following sums per M. ambulance - translation to Irish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic audio pronunciation of translations: See more in New English-Irish Dictionary from Foras na Gaeilge.