Irish National War Memorial Committee Ireland's Memorial Records 1914-1918. Vol. 2.


The Library of Trinity College Dublin

The Library of Trinity College Dublin
Dublin, Ireland

In July 1919, the Irish National War Memorial Trust was set up to establish some kind of permanent memorial to the Irishmen killed in the War. A country-wide fund-raising campaign brought in donations of £42,000, of which about £5,000 was spent on collecting the records of those who had died and publishing their names in a monumental eight-volume work, 'Ireland's Memorial Records'. The volumes were printed by Maunsell & Roberts in Dublin in a limited edition of one hundred copies, and the stained-glass artist Harry Clarke was commissioned to design decorative borders for each page. This page displays the entry for the poet Francis Ledwidge killed in 1917.


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