History of War

JADOTVILLE DAY 2017

Members of the Irish UN Veterans Pipe Band lead the ceremonial parade

The ceremony was not just attended by the surviving ‘Jadotville Tigers’ but also large numbers of ex-Irish Army UN veterans

A Company, 35th Battalion was officially represented by the Irish tricolour and the flags of the United Nations and the Irish Army

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