Part 5 - 1916 Rising Prisoners in Stafford Jail

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IE CA CP/1/1/4/4/5


1916 Rising Prisoners in Stafford Jail


  • June 1916 (Creation)

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A large group of Irish prisoners detained in Stafford Jail in England following the 1916 Rising. The print is annotated on the reverse: ‘photograph believed to be the largest group of 1916 men taken’. Stafford Jail was converted for use as a military detention barracks and was used to hold Irish internees before their transfer to Frongoch Internment Camp in North Wales.

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