D14243 MKC 10.01.2014
Googlw WW1 Project launch
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0057 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0058 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0059 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0060
D14243-0060 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0061 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0062 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0063 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0064 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0065 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0066 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0067 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0068 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0069 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0070 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0071 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0072 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0073 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0074 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0075 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0076 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0077 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0078 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0079 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0080 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0081 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0082 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0083 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0084 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0085 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0086 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0087 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0088 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0089 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0090 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0091 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0092 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0093 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0094 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0095 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0096 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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D14243-0098 
 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.
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 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D., launched an online archive of Ireland’s First World War records together with Northern Ireland’s First Minister, The Rt. Hon Peter D. Robinson, MLA, and deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, MLA.  The new archive, ‘Ireland’s Memorial Records’, lists 49,000 soldiers from the island of Ireland who died during the First World War or as a result of wounds sustained during battle. Google, the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade worked together to bring the project to fruition. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells Copyright 2014 Fennell Photography.

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