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Due to its largely favourable response to Irish involvement in the war, the city and parts of the county proved to be fertile recruiting ground. By April 1915, enlistment from the Claddagh had risen to more than 250. Described as “some of the finest and hardiest men in the Kingdom”, this number was staggering for a small Gaelic-speaking fishing village.


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Galway City Museum opens Tuesday to Saturday from 10am until 5pm.  Admission is FREE!
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