Frongoch Camp & The Birth of The IRA

News from An Conradh Ceilteach (Irish Branch of the Celtic League)

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The public are invited to what is sure to be a fascinating lecture

Often entitled the ‘University of Freedom’ Frongoch Camp was home to hundreds of Volunteers after the 1916 Rebellion and it is there they began to re-organise towards the Black And Tan War which broke our it in early 1919.

The Irish Volunteers were released from the camp in 1917, but they quickly set about applying what they had learned to the next phase of the national liberation struggle.

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