The Story of the Drumboe Martyrs

This year marked the 80th anniversary of the end of the Irish Civil war, a sad and tragic chapter in our country's history. One of the tragic stories of that era occurred in a woodland called Drumboe on the outskirts of Stranorlar in Co. Dongal. It was at this spot that four young republican soldiers were brought to be executed by soldiers of the Free State Army on 14 March 1923.

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