Friday, October 26, 2007


This Day in the History of Little Remembered Martyrdom

On this day in 1920, the Lord Mayor of Cork, Ireland, Terence McSwiney, demanding independence for Ireland, died after a two-and-one-half-month hunger strike in Brixton prison in England, where he was serving a two year sentence for possession of seditious materials, et al.


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