Video Roll Title: R.I.C. Auxiliary Cadets inspected by Sir Hamar Greenwood:31ft Issue sheet title:?
CAPTION - R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary)
AUXILIARY CORPS INSPECTED BY SIR HAMAR GREENWOOD ,CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND AT DUBLIN
Auxiliaries of the R.I.C (wearing distinctive Tam O'Shanter berets/ some with medals on their chests) / Sir Hamar Greenwood , ( Chief Secretary for Ireland) (in hat and overcoat) inspecting police / auxiliaries cheering and raising their berets /caps
Background: Video Roll Title: R.I.C. Auxiliary Cadets inspected by Sir Hamar Greenwood:31ft Issue sheet title: RIC AUXILIARY CADETS INSPECTED BY SIR HAMAR GREENWOOD, CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND AT DUBLIN.
GREENWOOD: Sir Hamar inspects R.I.C. Auxiliaries at Dublin.
INSPECTIONS: Sir Hamar Greenwood inspects R.I.C. Auxiliaries at Dublin.
Sir Hamar Greenwood inpectss R.I.C. Auxiliaries at Dublin.
(NOTE - The Auxiliaries of the R.I.C were recruited from July 1920 onwards, ( from Britain & Ireland , Empire , made up of ex-officers who had served in the first world war ) , as a paramilitary
unit within the Royal Irish Constabulary. Sir Hamar Greenwood was closely identified with the two specially formed paramilitary units - the Auxiliaries and "the Black and Tans" used in the
Irish war of independence.)