War and Memory in the Twentieth Century

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Unemployment among ex-servicemen is analysed in Fitzpatrick ( 1996), pp. 397-9.
13.
Details on intimidation and murder patterns are taken from the London University dissertation which I am completing on 'Ex-servicemen and the formation of the Irish Free State, 1919-32'. Some preliminary findings are given in Leonard ( 1990).
14.
Interview with Fred Thackaberry, Dublin, August 1993.
15.
Interview with Jack Moyney, Roscrea, 1980 [interview by Kevin Myers].
16.
Interview with Terence Poulter, Dublin, November 1988.
17.
Interview with John Bond, London, February 1989.
18.
Interview with Michael O'M., Kilkee, November 1988; interview with John Tierney, Dublin, 1980 [interview by Kevin Myers].
19.
Interview with Patrick Neville, Ennis, November 1988 [interview by Peadar MacNamara]; interview with Rodney Gallagher, Kilrush, November 1988. The most recent study of the mutiny is Anthony Babington ( 1991).
20.
Interview with Michael Kenny, Dublin, November 1988; interview with John Bond, London, February 1989.
21.
Interview with Jack Moyney, Roscrea, 1980 [interview by Kevin Myers]; interview with Terence Poulter, Dublin, November 1988.
22.
For more detail on Armistice Day clashes, see Leonard ( 1996b).
23.
Interview with Andrew Barry, Dublin. c. 1983 [interview by Dr Patrick Callan].
24.
Thomson ( 1990), p. 25.
25.
Interview with Marjorie K., Dublin, June 1993.
26.
Interview with Terence Poulter, Dublin, November 1988.
27.
The ballad is called 'The Foggy Dew'.
28.
Interview with Sam Hutchinson, Dublin, June 1993.

Bibliography

Babington Anthony ( 1991), The Devil to Pay: The Mutiny of the Connaught Rangers, India, July 1920, London: Leo Cooper.

Ballincollig Community School ( 1991), school journal, Times Past, special issue on the First World War.

Battlelines, the magazine of the Somme Association, Belfast.

Brewer John ( 1990), An Oral History of the Royal Irish Constabulary, Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies.

Denman Terence ( 1992), Ireland's Unknown Soldiers: the 16th (Irish) Division in the Great War, Dublin: Irish Academic Press.

Denman Terence ( 1995), A Lonely Grave: The Life and Death of William Redmond, Dublin: Irish Academic Press.

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