The Official TFK Ireland 1912-1923 Thread


#602

It’s like a book of maps except all of the maps are Ireland or parts of Ireland and then there is text explaining the maps or occasionally maps expanding on the text.


#603


#604

That is cool.

I want that.


#605

The 17th of February incident for Askeaton was an ambush of the Limerick to Foynes train.
I’m not sure what the other incident on the 6th of June was.


#606

Great picture of the Limerick brigade on page 143


#607

Fucking surrender monkeys


#608

Impressive all the same that the Limerick brigade were able to get their hands on German World War 2 uniforms.


#609

It’ll all be in Tom Toomey’s book, I haven’t it to hand,
Just going through the list of contributors to this atlas and it’s some list.


#610

Always ahead of time in limerick. We have already claimed liam mccarthy for 2018


#611

Kilmallock well up there.


#612

I’m just flicking through it at the moment, just came across this


#613

Probably a Folens book I read so.


#614

For the Cork lads


#615

Examiner with an unbiased article about how great Cork is


#616

Did you have to order that book or could I go into a shop and browse it?


#617

It sold out of its first print run but you can now buy a less valuable second print run for the same money in the shops. I’m sure browsing in a shop is a viable option.


#618

@Fagan_ODowd I’m reading the witness statement of James Leahy Commandant of the Tipperary Brigade. At 80 pages it’s a good and reasonably detailed read.

Any recommendations of other long statements from the archives ? Most of the others I’ve read were very high level.


#619

Search for Maurice Meade.
It is the best one I have seen in there. His account of the Dromkeen ambush is particularly interesting.


#620

The on Tadhg Crowley from Ballylanders is quite good.


#621

Santa took a look at the Atlas of The Revolution book I asked him for and told me to fuck off, there was no way he was carrying that around town for the day.