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By Dirk de Klein (dirkdeklein.net)
One hundred years this week, on a quiet Tipperary roadway, the first
nationalist revolt against the British Empire last century was started
by a small band of armed men from townlands and villages -- Donohill,
Solohead and Hollyford -- in the vicinity of Tipperary Town. The
Soloheadbeg ambush shook British rule in Ireland.
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