Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales

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Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales. / Huey, Leona.

2019. Paper presented at The Four Nations History Festival, Bangor, United Kingdom.

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Huey, L 2019, 'Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales', Paper presented at The Four Nations History Festival, Bangor, United Kingdom, 25/10/19 - 26/10/19.

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Huey, L. (2019). Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales. Paper presented at The Four Nations History Festival, Bangor, United Kingdom.

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Huey L. 2019. Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales. Paper presented at The Four Nations History Festival, Bangor, United Kingdom.

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Huey, Leona Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales. The Four Nations History Festival, 25 Oct 2019, Bangor, United Kingdom, Paper, 2019.

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Huey L. Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales. 2019. Paper presented at The Four Nations History Festival, Bangor, United Kingdom.

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TY - CONF

T1 - Frongoch: Internment and rebellion in the heart of North Wales

AU - Huey, Leona

PY - 2019/10/26

Y1 - 2019/10/26

N2 - Frongoch internment camp housed Irish rebels arrested for their part in the Easter Rising in 1916. Behind the barbed wire of the concentration camp Irish Republican Brotherhood and Irish Volunteer Army members joined forces and formed the Irish Republican Army.The time the rebels spent at Frongoch would prove pivotal to the history of modern Ireland, with many prominent figures such as Michael Collins, given opportunity to proliferate their influence among like-minded Irish prisoners from across the Isle. Frongoch proved to be a “university of revolution” and a catalyst for the war of Irish independence in 1919.

AB - Frongoch internment camp housed Irish rebels arrested for their part in the Easter Rising in 1916. Behind the barbed wire of the concentration camp Irish Republican Brotherhood and Irish Volunteer Army members joined forces and formed the Irish Republican Army.The time the rebels spent at Frongoch would prove pivotal to the history of modern Ireland, with many prominent figures such as Michael Collins, given opportunity to proliferate their influence among like-minded Irish prisoners from across the Isle. Frongoch proved to be a “university of revolution” and a catalyst for the war of Irish independence in 1919.

KW - Frongoch

KW - Ireland

KW - Wales

KW - Archaeology

KW - Internment

M3 - Paper

T2 - The Four Nations History Festival

Y2 - 25 October 2019 through 26 October 2019

ER -