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North Irish Brigade

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McElwee's Farewell (Farewell to Bellaghy)

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The North Irish Brigade Depot Call

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CONFEDERATE SONG ~ THE IRISH BRIGADE

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Kelly's Irish Brigade

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Gods and Generals ~Battle of Fredericksburg (part one)

The North Irish Brigade was a Brigade of the British Army which existed between 1948 and 1968; it consisted of the three regiments from Northern Ireland. After the Second World War there were 14 infantry depots in the United Kingdom, each bearing a letter. The depots were territorially aligned, and Infantry Depot M at Omagh was aligned with the regiments from Northern Ireland.
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