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The Irish Patrol - A Tribute to the Irish Soldiers who fought in The Congo in the 1960's

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Published on May 11, 2012

The Irish Patrol was written in 1960 by RTE Writer and Producer Dick O'Donovan as a tribute to the Irish Soldiers who lost their lives in the Niemba Ambush. The singer is Patrick O'Hagan, father of Johnny Logan and the song uses a traditional Irish air called Rolling Home to dear old Ireland. It was released in Ireland, The UK, Australia and New Zealand and it is thought to be the only tribute song recorded to honour Irish Troops killed on Peace Keeping duties.

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