Yesterday.

Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Hundreds bid farewell to The Haunting Soldier, the First World War sculpture on loan to Dublin City from its British owner to mark the 100th anniversary of  the armistice agreement that ended the war. The sculpture, which was  was vandalised with red paint last week, will be dismantled today.

Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews

Previously: The Haunting Soldier on Broadsheet

10 thoughts on “Demobbed

  1. postmanpat

    As a petty small man with no life who has to believe in something bigger than myself and found acceptance in a small group of unemployable hardcore nationalist that drink with me , this deeply upsets me. Traitors!! Traitors!!

  2. Truth in the News

    What about bringing back all the remains of the Irish who were
    interred and hidden away by the Empire on the the foreign fields
    of war, this would remind everyone how the youth and young
    men were used as expedient cannon fodder and were really conned
    by the ruling class of the British in pursuit of their dream of Empire:
    Next time round will we have a tin replica of the Black & Tans…?

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