The Red Cow Murders and the Civil War in South Dublin County
October 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
On October 7 1922, three young IRA members, Eamon Hughes, Brendan Holohan and Joe Rogers were arrested in Drumcondra by the National Army under Charlie Dalton, as they were found to be putting up anti-Treaty propaganda posters in the area. The following morning their lifeless bodies were found in at the Red Cow, Clondalkin.
On the centenary of these events, join South Dublin County Decade of Centenaries Historian in Residence, Liz Gillis in Clondalkin Library, where the inquests into these murders took place, for a discussion of one of the most shocking episodes in the Civil War in South Dublin County.