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British Army: Piece 207/126: James O'Mara (1922)  wikidata:Q99232092 reasonator:Q99232092
British Army
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Piece 207/126: James O'Mara (1922)
UK National Archives
Object type document Edit this at Wikidata
English: War Office: Army of Ireland: Administrative and Easter Rising Records. WO 35/206-207. > Piece 207/126: James O'Mara (1922)
Depicted people James O'Mara Edit this at Wikidata
Language English
Publication date 1922
publication_date QS:P577,+1922-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source UK National Archives
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