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Children during The War of Independence

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Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series with historian Liz Gillis.

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The story of the War of Independence has been told mainly from the perspective of adults, but children were as much a part of the story. How did the conflict affect them? They were witnesses, in some cases participants and sadly victims. Learn more at this live online lecture with historian Liz Gillis.

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Donegal County Council provides a network of libraries as cultural spaces for creating opportunities to enhance community life. Libraries promote pride, confidence and identity in local and national culture as well as providing economic stimulus through learning and creativity. By providing a modern library and information service the Council seeks to meet the need for general education, information and recreation, to support the quest for knowledge, and to meet the public’s interest in reading and the arts.

This event is part of Donegal County Council's Culture Division's annual Children's Arts and Book Festival, Wainfest. For more information visit www.wainfest.ie

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