Gen Richard Mulcahy Aka General Richard… 1922

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    Full titles read: "GENERAL RICHARD MULCAHY - the new C-in-C and Minister of Defence and Mrs Mulcahy."

    M/S of the Commander-in-Chief Mulcahy with his wife standing in country surroundings. They both pose for the camera, Mulcahy is in full military uniform.

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    British Pathé
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    01:53:46:00 / 01:54:12:00
    G 913
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  • "Mrs Mulcahy" is Mary Mulcahy.

    Note that the actual footage finishes at the 00:17 timepoint, with the following 8 seconds being nothing but a white screen.

    jamied 3rd Feb 2013

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