The following are some suggested omissions from the Irish Left Archives twentieth century timeline of the Irish Left. The groups below appear to be consistent with those included in the timeline and are in no particular order here. Irish Citizens Army: Roddy Connolly had wanted to form a Workers Defence Corps in 1929 (the organisation was proscribed inContinue reading “Some possible additions to the @IELeftArchive timeline of the Irish Left”
Tag Archives: Fianna Uladh
Sporadic outbursts of bomb-throwing: Laochra Uladh’s Belfast campaign, 1950-55.
Laochra Uladh was a republican group led by Brendan O’Boyle which was active up to 1955. When he started Laochra Uladh, republicanism in Belfast (and Ireland in general) was fragmented. Commemorations, operations, arrests and weapons finds often involved people and organisations outside official IRA structures. But just as O’Boyle was acquiring money and arms, so too was theContinue reading “Sporadic outbursts of bomb-throwing: Laochra Uladh’s Belfast campaign, 1950-55.”