Online Exhibition | World War Ireland
In summer 1914, a war broke out in Europe that would change the world forever. This online exhibition focuses on the unique aspects of the Irish WWI experience.
In Ireland, many supported the cause and joined up or travelled to serve in nursing and auxiliary services. Others objected to the war on moral, social or political grounds. By the time the conflict ended in 1918, its impact had been felt through the length and breadth of the country.
The exhibition draws on the National Library of Ireland’s collections of letters, diaries, recruiting posters, newspaper reports, cartoons, and handbills from 1914-1918.
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