"You can go proudly. You are history. You are legend."
After some discussion on updating the site, I've been encouraged, in other words had my arm twisted - by my daughter, that as well as making an effort to update the site, we should move into the 21st century. So, we now have a fledgling twitter account, with a facebook to follow soon.
So, apologies for the irregular nature of this site in the past year, but I will be making an effort to keep up to date from now to the end of this year.
The latest mural to be unveiled will be on Sat 4th May 2013, Inchicore, Dublin. I can't attend, clashes with the Belfast May Day parade, but would encourage everyone who can to attend. Read more about it here.
March 5th 2013
The Friends of Charlie Donnelly - as part of the Friends of the International Brigade Ireland (FIBI)- planned 2 events in Tyrone for March 2013
Coalisland Glass Factory - wreath laying at the Charlie Donnelly Memorial.
Moy Bridge, Aughnacloy, the unveiling of a new memorial for Ben Murray.
The intention here is to collect together articles and research on Irish involvement in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39. See the Navigation Menu on your left for links to the four main "Sources" pages. Also the link to the Site Index will bring you to an ordered list of links to all the documents. Most of the photos and images on the site can be viewed by going to the Gallery.
Also you can contact me by going to the Email page or signing the Guestbook.
There should not be any unauthorised commercial use of this material. In those cases where copyright has stayed with the original author, this will be indicated at the particular page, please follow their conditions. They did the hard, original work, so should be credited.
Anyone with additional documents, reports, images, etc. should please pass them them onto me. Thanks, Ciaran Crossey.
Our Comments page is now working again.
Gerry (Ciaran's "Webmaster".) 11/07/10
|Roll of Honour for September and December|
This is a Roll of Honour of soldiers from Ireland who died fighting for the Spanish Republic at this time of the year.
|Boyle||Danny||Belfast||7th Sept 1938|
|Daly||Peter||Wexford||5th Sept 1937|
|Domegan||James C||Belfast||23rd September 1938|
|Fuller||George Norman Drury||Maidenhead||23rd September 1938|
|Gorman||George||Derry||23rd September 1938|
|Kerr||Thomas A||Belfast||September 1938|
|McGrath||Henry (Harry)||Belfast||23rd September 1938|
|McGregor||Liam (William Scott)||Dublin||23rd September 1938|
|Murphy||James Patrick||Dublin||4th September 1938|
|Nalty||John (Jack)||Dublin||23rd September 1938|
|O'Flaherty||Thomas||Ireland via USA||September 1938|
|Woulfe||Jim||Limerick||4th September 1937|
|Barry||Jack "Blue" (William)||Australia-Dublin||Dec. 1936|
|Conroy||Frank||Kildare||28th Dec 1936|
|Foley||Jim||Dublin||28th Dec 1936|
|Fox||Tony||Dublin||28th Dec. 1936|
|May||Mick||Dublin||28th Dec. 1936|
|Meehan||John||Galway||28th Dec. 1936|
|Nolan||Michael||Dublin||28th Dec. 1936|
|Patten||Tommy||Achill||16-17th Dec. 1936|
|Wood||Thomas D (Tommy)||Dublin||29th Dec. 1936|
This site was only possible with the hard work of Gerry Malone - thanks to him for the time and effort he put in. Much appreciated.
If anyone notices broken links, or if anything is missing, please notify us by Guestbook or email. Thanks. Ciaran Crossey