Terence MacSwiney's Hunger-Strike (The War of Independence XIV)
Through 1920 Terence MacSwiney became the most well known Irish republican across the world. Elected as Lord Mayor of Cork in March, he was arrested in August and began the longest hunger-strike in Irish history at the time. The story of this battle of wills between MacSwiney and the British Authorities proved a crucial moment in the war and is an extraordinary story.
Additional research was by the archivist and historian Sam McGrath, sound was by Jason Looney, additional narrations are by Aidan Crowe and Therese Murray and the artwork for the series is by Keith Hynes.
*Episode on Muriel McSwiney https://play.acast.com/s/irishhistory/murielmcswiney-aforgottenrevolutionary*
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