Army Cutting Turf At Nadd, Cork - WW2

Sale price$21.00


Cutting turf, as you have never seen turf cut before...Nadd is a little village in North Cork. It's name in Irish is Nead an Fhoilair (The Eagle's Nest). During World War Two there was a fuel shortage and soldiers were deployed to cut the turf. Swapping the rifle for the sleán...

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Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.

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