Robert A Mosher
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The Irish Military History Group

A group for the sharing, discussion, examination, and study of the history of the Irish at war and in military service in Ireland and anywhere else.See More
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Jews Who Fought in Famed Irish Brigade's 28th Massachusetts

In my research on the history of the 28th Massachusetts Volunteers, a Boston Irish regiment raised to be a part of Thomas Meagher’s Irish Brigade, the most surprising find was the identification of three Jewish soldiers who served in its ranks.  The three were included in a 19th century effort by Jewish activist Simon Wolf to create…See More
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Jews Who Fought in Famed Irish Brigade's 28th Massachusetts

In my research on the history of the 28th Massachusetts Volunteers, a Boston Irish regiment raised to be a part of Thomas Meagher’s Irish Brigade, the most surprising find was the identification of three Jewish soldiers who served in its ranks.  The three were included in a 19th century effort by Jewish activist Simon Wolf to create…See More
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Jews Who Fought in Famed Irish Brigade's 28th Massachusetts

Posted on April 28, 2016 at 5:00pm 1 Comment

In my research on the history of the 28th Massachusetts Volunteers, a Boston Irish regiment raised to be a part of Thomas Meagher’s Irish Brigade, the most surprising find was the identification of three Jewish soldiers who served in its ranks.  The three were…

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Tracing the Irish at War: From Stono Ferry to New Orleans: Part 2

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 9:00pm 2 Comments

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That summer of 1781, a French…

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Tracing the Irish at War: From Stono Ferry to New Orleans: Part 1

Posted on March 30, 2015 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Just over 200 years ago this past January came a climactic moment in military history with numerous surprising Irish connections.  The battle fought by…

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