The Civil War in Kerry


Image: The Ballyseedy memorial near Tralee, Co. Kerry, commemorating the massacre of
eight anti-Treaty IRA prisoners on 6 March 1923. (

The Civil War in Kerry

The violence and divisions caused by the Irish Civil War were more vicious, bitter and protracted in
County Kerry than anywhere else in Ireland.


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