A reflection on the life of IRA VolunteerDanny McCauley — West Tyrone Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann — who died on 3rd June 1991.
Óglach Danny McCauley exemplified all that is good and true of Irish Republicanism and of its centuries old tradition of resistance to British rule in Ireland. A committed Volunteer in the ranks of Óglaigh na hÉireann — a man who held the love of his family, of the people he served and the proud country for which he lived and died in the bosom of his heart — he went to his eternal reward after returning home from Active Service 28 years ago tonight. In Tyrone and beyond, he is remembered for the leading light of the revolution he was and remains.
After the British Army killing of his childhood friend, Tobias Molloy, in the summer of 1972, as full-scale war gripped the Six Counties following…
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