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Recovered Voices; Stories of the Irish at War, 1914-1915

FREE

About 21,000 Irishmen were already serving in the British Army when war broke out in 1914. NMI’s new exhibition ‘Recovered Voices’ explores what happened to them, and the other 47,000 who joined in the first few years of the war.

From the lush green fields of France in the summer of 1914, through that first Christmas in the trenches, to the sun dried beaches of Turkey in 1915, this exciting new exhibition unveils the complexity of Ireland’s part in World War One.

Thanks to our Partners

We would like to thank the Department of Culture, Heritage and Gaeltacht for funding this project.
We would like to thank the French Embassy for their financial support.

Location:


Recovered Voices; Stories of the Irish at War, 1914-1915 is located at:
Collins Barracks ,
Benburb St,
Dublin 7
D07 XKV4


Detailing the stories of 21 Irishmen and women, this exhibition uses original objects and interactive material to illustrate the human impact of the war on their lives.

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Decorative Arts & History

Collins Barracks ,
Benburb St,
Dublin 7,
D07 XKV4

+353 1 677 7444