Shot at Dawn. Evolution of a Memorial

Andy De Comyn (the public artist behind the Shot at Dawn Memorial) looks at the concept and creation of the Shot at Dawn memorial. He explains how the idea evolved beyond being a simple commemoration to a forgotten group of men.

Shot at Dawn, at the National Memorial Arboretum

Revisiting the Fallen in Ireland, 1918-2018

Mary Muldowney of East Wall History Group, Dublin, discusses how Irish commemoration of World War 1 has changed in 100 years, through the lens of war memorials. Her paper will also examine how the shifts in Irish attitudes to Britain are reflected in remembrance of the war dead.