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The Labour History Museum, Beggars' Bush Barracks

77 Lansdowne Park

D04 W3P0 Dublin 4

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Dublin historian and author Liz Gillis explores places connected with women and the Irish Revolution between Beggars' Bush and Foster Place.

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Historian, broadcaster and author Liz Gillis will lead this tour of locations associated with Cumann na mBan and other women of the irtish Revolution. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportuntiy to share this particular journey with Liz, as it will not be repeated.

This unique tour will begin at the front of Beggars' Bush Barracks and, over the next two hours, will make its way ultimately to Foster Place (opposite TCD) where, on 22 September 1918, Josie McGawan was fatally wounded in a DMP baton-charge. Along the way many locations associated with the women's revolutionary movement will be visited and explained aas only liz can.

Places are strictly limited, and are on first-come first-served basis.

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The Labour History Museum, Beggars' Bush Barracks

77 Lansdowne Park

D04 W3P0 Dublin 4

Ireland

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