Irish Free State Army soldiers standing at a building which has suffered artillery damage - UCD Digital Library

Irish Free State Army soldiers standing at a building which has suffered artillery damage

Abstract: Photograph by W.D. Hogan of a group of Irish Free State Army soldiers standing at a building which has suffered artillery damage and which they may have just captured; masonry is lying around from a breached wall; a group of civilians consisting of men and small boys stand and look on in curiosity; the soldiers are standing at ease but one is posing with a revolver in his hand.

In collection Desmond FitzGerald Photographs

Origin information
Ireland
Date created:
Type of resource
still image
Physical description
1 still image : digital ; 46937.82 KB — Reformating quality: preservation (image/gif) (image/jp2) (image/jpeg) — Digital origin: reformatted digital
MD5 checksum: 6f095ea09455e7f01cffca81d3b8d048
Genre
Photographs
Subject
Ireland--History--Civil War, 1922-1923   linked data (lcsh)
Irish Free State. Army
Soldiers--Ireland
People--Ireland
War damage--Ireland
Location
UCD School of History and Archives. UCD Archives. Desmond FitzGerald Photographs. P80/PH/71 http://dx.doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_30756

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2013-02-26

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