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Blue Shirt March, Tramore

Number: UK3609
Title: Blue Shirt March, Tramore

Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

Number: UK3607
Title: Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

Number: UK3608
Title: Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

Number: UK3610
Title: Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir

William Beresford Taking Part In A Blue Shirt March, Carrick On Suir

Number: UK3611
Title: William Beresford Taking Part In A Blue Shirt March, Carrick On Suir

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Blue Shirt March, Tramore
Members of the ’Blue Shirt’ movement marching in full uniform through the streets of Tramore. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later named the National Guard and better known by the nickname The Blueshirts, was a right-wing, quasi-fascist, Irish political organisation active in the 1930s.
UK3609
Unknown
18th March 1934
Name Kept Private
700
410
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Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir
Large crowd, some on horse-back, attending a political meeting, organised by the ’Blue Shirt’ movement, in Carrick On Suir. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later named the National Guard and better known by the nickname The Blueshirts, was a right-wing, quasi-fascist, Irish political organisation active in the 1930s.
UK3607
Unknown
31st May 1934
Name Kept Private
700
514
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Large Crowd Attending Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir
Large crowd attending a political meeting of the ’Blue Shirts’ in the centre of Carrick On Suir. Many people in the crowd are giving the Roman straight-arm (Fascist) salute. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later named the National Guard and better known by the nickname The Blueshirts, was a right-wing, quasi-fascist, Irish political organisation active in the 1930s.
UK3608
Unknown
31st May 1934
Name Kept Private
700
514
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Blue Shirt Meeting, Carrick On Suir
Large crowd some on horse-back in the centre of Carrick on Suir for a meeting of the ’Blue Shirts’. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later named the National Guard and better known by the nickname The Blueshirts, was a right-wing, quasi-fascist, Irish political organisation active in the 1930s.
UK3610
Unknown
31st May 1934
Name Kept Private
700
516
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William Beresford Taking Part In A Blue Shirt March, Carrick On Suir
League of Youth (Blue Shirts), marching through Carrick on Suir. The man centre with an arrow pointing towards him is William Beresford, brother of Lord Waterford. The Army Comrades Association (ACA), later named the National Guard and better known by the nickname The Blueshirts, was a right-wing, quasi-fascist, Irish political organisation active in the 1930s.
UK3611
Unknown
31st May 1934
Name Kept Private
700
1071
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