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  1. 15SimpleL1ttleF1sh says


    Agreeing with the note in description; this is not footage of the Irish Civil War.

    Does the back-to-front '1930' on 00:27 have any significance?

    Also between 00:15 and 00:18, a soldier appears to hold a flat wooden bat of some sort.

    Best Regards,

    Simon Spratt, Limerick, Ireland.

  2. johnny_doyle Doyle says

    seriously doubt that this has anything to do with Ireland, burning of Cork etc.

    Soldiers not wearing helmets so likely pre-July 1916. Soldiers standing about the trenches so not at the front line in view of the enemy.

    Trenches may be training trenches in Ireland but that would be about it I reckon.

    Battlefield in Europe most probably for the ruins.

  3. johnny_doyle Doyle says

    Battlefield scene similar in this \"Rhineland\" clip (bridge the same one?)

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