The decade of 1913-1923 is arguably the most significant in Ireland’s history. War, rebellion, radical government, guerrilla warfare, Truce, Treaty, and Civil War defined this era. This lecture will explore the local story of the time and how Kilcock played its part and what life was like here during this tumultuous period. Key figures involved will be discussed and the role they played in this fascinating chapter of Ireland’s story.
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
Genres: History / Talk
Features: Wheelchair accessible
Address: Kilcock Library, Unit 2, The Lamp, School St., Kilcock
No Booking Required