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R99-1989-Soldiers Killed in Lebanon, bodies returned to Ireland

Irish Soldiers Bodies Returned From Lebanon. (R99)..1989..24.03.1989..03.24.1989..24th March 1989..While serving on the peacekeeping mission with the UN three Irish soldiers lost their lives when the vehicle they were in struck a land mine. The mine had ben planted by a Hezbollah Group who were targeting the Israeli military. The Soldiers; Corp Fintan Heneghan, Pte Mannix Armstrong and Pte Thomas Walshe were serving with C Company, 64th Infantry Batallion in Brashit, Sth Lebanon...Image shows Auxiliary Bishop Kavanagh, Dublin leading the funeral procession at Arbour Hill Church for the deceased soldiers.

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Copyrighted to SKP & Associates Ltd trading as Lensmen & Associates, Lensmen Photographic Agency, Lensmen Photographic Archive and Irish Photo Archive..COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS ACT, 2000..Under the Copyright and Related Rights Act, 2000 the copyright
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Irish Soldiers Bodies Returned From Lebanon. (R99)..1989..24.03.1989..03.24.1989..24th March 1989..While serving on the peacekeeping mission with the UN three Irish soldiers lost their lives when the vehicle they were in struck a land mine. The mine had ben planted by a Hezbollah Group who were targeting the Israeli military. The Soldiers; Corp Fintan Heneghan, Pte Mannix Armstrong and Pte Thomas Walshe were serving with C Company, 64th Infantry Batallion in Brashit, Sth Lebanon...Image shows Auxiliary Bishop Kavanagh, Dublin leading the funeral procession at Arbour Hill Church for the deceased soldiers.