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Ireland"s Famine:Commemoration and Awareness

Ireland"s Famine:Commemoration and Awareness

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Published by Irish Famine Commemoration Committee,Dept. of the Taoiseach in Co - operation with the European Community Humanitarian Office in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementIrish Famine Commemoration Committee in Co - operation with the European Community Humanitarian Office (E.C.H.O.).
The Physical Object
Pagination63p. : Pbk.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17469094M

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The Great Famine is an event seared into Irish national memory. Although the victims of the Great Hunger are rightfully remembered and commemorated, as is the physical fact that vast numbers of people were forced to leave, Ireland today largely leaves the memory of these emigrants at the dock, as they boarded ships to a new life far from home.

Victoria, Famine Queen, and the silence of survivors Paul Lynch, author of Famine novel ‘Grace’, on awkward truths and a void in our traumatic history that writers can fill Fri, Oct 6,Last Saturday, 12th May, was a big occasion for Cork as the National Famine Commemoration was held on the grounds of UCC.

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This year we will hold this event an 2 P.M. at the Boston Famine Memorial, which is at the corner of Washington Street and School Street in Downtown Boston. May 12 is also the date of the National Famine Commemoration in Ireland, that is being held in Kilrush, County Clare.

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National Famine Commemoration Committee The National Famine Commemoration Committee was first established in following a Government decision to commemorate the Great Irish Famine with an annual national famine memorial day.

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