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Major Redmond died June 9, 1917, from wounds received in action two days before. He was a brother of John Redmond, the Irish Nationalist leader, and had been a member of Parliament for the East Division, of Clare since 1892. He was one of the idols of his native land and was beloved alike by friend and opponent. The subjoined article, written shortly before he fell, is here published by arrangement with The London Chronicle.
M. P. Major William Redmond; The Religious Revival in France. Current History 1 July 1917; 6_Part-2 (1): 132–133. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1917.6P2.1.132
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