David Fleming: 155 days on hunger strike in 1946

18 responses to “David Fleming: 155 days on hunger strike in 1946

    • Definitely. David always suffered with chronic headaches afterwards. He took his own life in 1971, aged 51. His family believe he never really recovered. He should be on roll of honour in Milltown.

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  2. I’m new to this blog. It is a revelation and great help to anyone studying the history of republicanism after Partition. Well done.

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