(..just not today!)

We’ll be posting our usual busy offering tomorrow, Wednesday 2nd February 2022, in which we’ll be detailing the following stories –

This Westminster-inspired ‘bonfire’ in Dublin City Centre was seen over the rooftops for miles around…a truck load of British soldiers drove past one of their own barracks and gave a friendly wave to the IRA men that had taken it over…these two badly wounded British soldiers were left ‘in the field’ by their own men but were rescued by the IRA…this RIC man became a ‘hero’ but knew his halo would eventually fade. And he was right…this ‘court official’ in occupied Ireland wasn’t properly ‘briefed’ on who to beware of…this IRA mans body was dug-up from the grave by British soldiers and taken back to their barracks. The body was eventually given to the mans family…and an eight-part ‘Short Story’ piece, mentioning events that happened between 1921 and 1923.

We hope you drop by tomorrow, Wednesday 2nd February 2022 ; don’t have us havin’ done all tha’ for nothin’!!

Thanks for the visit, and for reading ; see ya tomorrow!

Sharon and the team.

About 11sixtynine

A mother of three (and a Granny!) and a political activist , living in Dublin , Ireland.
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