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The battle for Kilmallock

O"Callaghan, John M.A.

The battle for Kilmallock

by O"Callaghan, John M.A.

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Published by Mercier Press in Cork .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-153) and index.

    StatementJohn O"Callaghan
    SeriesMilitary history of the Irish Civil War series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA963 .O276 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. :
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25213349M
    ISBN 109781856356923
    LC Control Number2011514817

    War of Independence hero was a victim of treachery, Limerick Post 26/04/, p Memorial to Limerick War of Independence casualty, Limerick Post 04/04/, p28 'No surrender' as Kilmallock destroyed, Limerick Leader [year unknown] Police Garrison surrender after . In this book on the battle for Limerick city, Pádraig Óg Ó Ruairc offers a new perspective on the struggle that reduced the viability of the republicans Munster Republic and set the stage for the battle of Kilmallock, which turned the tide of the Civil War in favour of the Free State.5/5(1).

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The battle for Kilmallock by O"Callaghan, John M.A. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Battle for Kilmallock book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The battle for Kilmallock took place between 25 July and 5 Augus 4/5(2). For anyone interested in the Irish Civil War and Battle of Kilmallock I’ve put in a bibliography with a number of books and articles which will give a lot more details of the period.

In Particular check out John O’Callaghan’s excellent book on the battle and any of the books on the civil war period published by Mercier In 'The Battle for Kilmallock', John O'Callaghan details the key strategies, characters, battles, chaos and bravery in the National Army's attempt to break through the Republican position, which produced the only 'line battle' of the war with the two sides facing each other along clear front-lines.

In The Battle for Kilmallock John O'Callaghan outlines the goals of the opposing forces, assesses their respective strengths, charts the course of the combat over two weeks in late July and early August, examines key strategies, and evaluates the role of leading personalities.

The book challenges inherited wisdom about the engagement and offers 5/5(2). Kilmallock could only be hinted at in it, and so the story of Kilmallock still remained to be told in its entirety, or as near to entirety as would be possible.

To tell that story is what l have attempted to do in this book. I am well aware that more remains to be discovered about the history of Kilmallock than what I have chronicled in the book. In The Battle for Kilmallock, John O'Callaghan outlines the goals of the opposing forces, assesses their respective strengths, charts the course of the combat over two weeks in late July and early August, examines key strategies, and evaluates the role of leading personalities.

This book challenges inherited wisdom about the engagement and. The battle for Kilmallock took place between 25 July and 5 August in County Limerick. It was one of the largest engagements and a key turning point of the Irish Civil War. When the Free State army captured Limerick city in mid-JulyRepublican forces retreated south towards Cork and made their next determined stand around Kilmallock.

The battle for Kilmallock consisted of ten days of intense fighting in the countryside around Kilmallock in County Limerick, in which the Irish Free State forces, advancing south from Limerick city, found their path blocked by anti-Treaty IRA troops, 4/5(2). After the fall of Limerick City, 10 days of fierce fighting raged in the hills, fields and hedgerows around the strategically important town of Kilmallock, Co.

Limerick between 1, Irish Free State troops and approximately 2, Anti-Treaty IRA troops dug into defensive positions who contested control of the neighbouring villages of Bruff, Bruree and Patrickswell.

In The Battle for Kilmallock John O'Callaghan outlines the goals of the opposing forces, assesses their respective strengths, charts the course of the combat over two weeks in late July and early August, examines key strategies and evaluates the role of leading personalities.

The book challenges inherited wisdom about the engagement and offers. Kilmallock (Irish: Cill Mocheallóg) is a town in south County Limerick, Ireland, near the border with County is a Dominican Priory in the town and King's Castle (or King John's Castle).The remains of medieval walls which encircled the settlement are still y: Ireland.

The battle for Kilmallock consisted of ten days of intense fighting in the countryside around Kilmallock in County Limerick, in which the Irish Free State forces, advancing south from Limerick city, found their path blocked by anti-Treaty IRA troops, Author: John O'callaghan.

The Battle of Kilmallock, July/ August After the fall of Limerick City, 10 days of fierce fighting raged in the hills, fields and hedgerows around the strategically important town of Kilmallock, Co.

Limerick between 1, Irish Free State troops and approximately 2, Anti-Treaty IRA troops dug into defensive positions who contested control of the neighbouring villages of Bruff.

The Battle of Kilmallock took place between 25 July and 5 August in County was one of the largest engagements of the Irish Civil War. It consisted of ten days of fighting in the countryside round Kilmallock in County Limerick, in which Irish Free State Army forces, advancing south from Limerick city, found their path blocked by anti-Treaty IRA troops, dug into a number of.

A list of some of the men who took part in the attack at Kilmallock barracks, or who performed vital tasks in the town and its approaches on that occasion, were: from the Kilmallock company; Michael Scanlan, Michael Mortell, Daniel Mac Carthy, John Keogh, John Mortell, Edmund Mulqueen, Michael Moynihan, Seánán Murphy, James Ryan, John P.

Delee, James Chamberlain. The battle for Limerick City, the first in a new series by Mercier Press on the Military History of the Irish Civil War is both readable and meticulously researched. As one reads it is obvious that the author has a masterful, in-depth knowledge of the subject.

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