Tom Barry





Tom Barry


Born
in Killorglin, Kerry, Ireland
July 01, 1897

Died
July 02, 1980


Average rating: 4.26 · 250 ratings · 20 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
Guerilla Days in Ireland: A...

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“Better to lose your husband than waste your life”
Tom Barry

“Many statements have been made by Ministers and Generals in various countries on the necessity for long periods of training before even an infantry soldier is ready for action. This is utter nonsense when applied to volunteers for guerilla warfare. After only one week of collective training, his Flying Column of intelligent and courageous fighters was fit to meet an equal number of soldiers from any regular army in the world, and hold its own in battle, if not in barrack-yard ceremonials”
Tom Barry, Guerilla Days in Ireland

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