In memory of Kevin Barry 100 years centenary.
Kevin Gerard Barry (20 January 1902 – 1 November 1920) was an Irish republican paramilitary who was executed by the British Government during the Irish War of Independence. He was sentenced to death for his part in an attack upon a British Army supply lorry which resulted in the deaths of three British soldiers.
His actions along with the hunger striker of Terence MacSwiney brought public opinion to a fever-pitch and escalated the violence as the Irish War of Independence entered its bloodiest phase.
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