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Published on Jul 21, 2009
The funeral of three civilians murdered by the British army at Bachelors Walk in Dublin who were killed on the 26th July 1914.
They were murdered on the same day of the Howth gun running incident when the Irish Citizen Army recieved a shipment of arms from the Asgard yacht at Howth harbour. British army terrorists from the Kings Own Scottish Borderers opened fire on the crowd of civilians killing three instantly and injuring dozens more. A fourth man later died of his injuries.
Their funeral was an important event in the lead up to the Easter Rising as it was the first time ordinary people were seen alongside Oglaigh na hEireann, Cumman na mBan, Na Fianna Eireann and the Irish Citizen Army.