Michael Collins and Ireland’s Great War Agony

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Date(s) - 18/10/2014
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Outside Olympia tube station


Mick the Gunman’s Webley

In 1906 Cork farm boy Mick Collins arrived in Hammersmith. Walk the commute that he and his older sister Hannie took each day to the PO Savings Bank in Blythe Road. London honed the formidable array of talents that would make Collins into one of the most effective enemies of the British Empire. A walk that touches on the agony that the Great War came to mean for Ireland. Meet 11.00am outside Olympia Tube.


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