Irish National War Memorial
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Irish National War Memorial - Ireland
Irish National War Memorial is located in Dublin.
Irish National War Memorial monument was established on 1914-1918.
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The Irish National War Memorial Gardens was out of over 300,000 Irishmen who served in all armies. The Memorial Gardens also commemorate all other Irish men and women who at that time served, fought and died.




Historical facts of Irish National War Memorial :

The Irish National War Memorial Gardens is an Irish war memorial in Dublin dedicated "to the memory of the 49,400 Irish soldiers who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918", out of over 300,000 Irishmen who served in all armies. Central Sunken Rose Garden with view of one of the pairs of granite Bookrooms Circular Sunken Rose Garden in side view, showing one of four granite Bookrooms The Memorial Gardens also commemorate all other Irish men and women who at that time. A General Committee was formed in November 1924 to pursue proposals for a site in Dublin. For technical and administrative reasons it was not until its meeting on March 28 1927 in the Shelbourne Hotel that Merrion Square, alternatively St Stephen's Green were proposed. A debate in the Free State Senate failed to resolve the impasse. W.T. Cosgrave, president of the Irish Free State Executive Council then appointed Cecil Lavery to set up a "War Memorial Committee" to advance the memorial process.