For those with an interest in the Irish involvement in World War I, check out this free online World War I exhibition titled,"It's a Long Way to Tipperary: An Irish This project follows the lives of a single family throughout the Great War to illustrate the social, physical and emotional impact of the conflict at an individual level and the irrevocable personal, cultural and societal changes wrought by the war. It is based on the diaries, correspondence, photographs and memorabilia accumulated by the Armstrong family of Moyaliffe Castle, County Tipperary, between 1914 and 1918.

Hit the 'follow' button on the bottom right hand of the page(it's is totally free-just needs an e mail from you and on confirmation it will send you the weekly updates) The weekly posts consist of extracts from diaries and correspondence created and collected by the Armstrong family during the war years. Hope you enjoy!

Regards,

Dr Pat McMahon
Special Collections
Glucksman Library
University of Limerick

We now have a Facebook page, if you would be kind enough to share it on your page, would be very grateful.

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Tags: Military History, Tipperary, WWI

Comment by Julie Ann Dudley on May 20, 2015 at 9:36am
Don't see any follow button. Very intrrested as my family, Corcorans & Fogartys are from Moyaliffe
Comment by Pat McMahon on May 20, 2015 at 12:31pm
Hi Julie Ann,
It's in the bottom right hand corner of the page, am including the link
http://longwaytotipperary.ul.ie/week-47/

Press the 'follow' button, enter your e mail address, and on receipt of confirmation e mail , click on the link, and you will receive a weekly update.
Hope this helps,
Pat
Comment by patricia on May 21, 2015 at 11:54am
i couldnt see any follow botón PAT
Comment by Pat McMahon on May 21, 2015 at 5:01pm

Hi Patricia,

If you open the link below

http://longwaytotipperary.ul.ie/week-47/

The 'follow' button is on the bottom right hand corner of the page. Submit an e- mail address, and you will receive a confirmation e-mail. open this and click on the link within and that will ensure you receive the weekly posts.

Sorry for any confusion, and please get back to me if I can be of any assistance.

Regards,

Pat

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