New narratives on the Soloheadbeg ambush (21 January 1919)

View the Soloheadbeg highlight in the Brigade Activity Reports Following the 1916 Easter Rising and in the lead up to the Soloheadbeag ambush, the re-organised Irish Volunteers and Na Fianna Éireann were involved in some isolated armed incidents. In June 1917, RIC (Royal Irish Constabulary) Inspector John Mills was fatally struck with a hurley at…

Members of the First Dáil in the MSPC

The island of Ireland elected 105 MPs in the 1918 UK General Election with Sinn Féin winning a decisive landslide victory. It was also an historic election as women over 30 had the opportunity to vote for the first time as did all men over 21. The results were: Sinn Féin – 73 Irish Unionist…