LÁ NA MBAN: the women of Ireland’s response to the threat of conscription in 1918 with Liz Gillis
24 September @ 6:30 pm
When the British government threatened to introduce conscription to Ireland in 1918, the country rallied together to resist the threat. The women of Ireland played their part which culminated in the event known as Lá na mBan, on the 9th June 1918, when three quarters of women in Ireland made a political stand
against the British government.
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