1914 was a turbulent year in Irish history which is evidenced by the volume of entries recorded in the Chronology for that year.
Significant events such as the Curragh mutiny, the foundation of Cumann na m Ban, the Irish Parliamentary Party bid to take control of the Irish Volunteers, the Buckingham Palace Conference and the outbreak of World War I and subsequent split in the Volunteers are all detailed.
The background image for 1914 is the masthead of the . 19 represent the foundational years for the decade of commemorations and will assist researchers in studying the period.
Entries for 1912 are dominated by the Home Rule bill and demonstrations both in favour and opposed to its enactment.
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The Volunteer Center of East Central WI is a member agency of the Outagamie County VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster).
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