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Faugh-a-Ballagh

Faugh-a-Ballagh

The regimental gazette of the Royal Irish Fusiliers ....

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Published by printed by F.J. Parsons, Ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Army. -- Royal Irish Fusiliers.

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    Other titlesFaugh a Ballagh.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18351791M

    "Faugh-a-ballagh" is Gaelic for "Clear the way." It is also the motto of the Royal Irish Regiment, a long-lived British military unit that in spawned a popular first volume of four in The Royal Irish Series finds the band, with its bugles, pipes, and drums, playing a lot of traditional Celtic and British folk music, including such familiar tunes as "The Minstrel Boy" and "Danny 8/   Makes sense in my book that a dominion of Britain would accept the British as a culture. Also allows me access to some useful clerks and craftsmen to mess with. * Expand signature. Faugh A Ballagh - An Irish AAR (Ricky) Faugh A Ballagh - An Irish AAR (Ricky) Abandoned.

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Not only. Faugh a Ballagh. Faugh a ballagh (also written Faugh an Beallach or Faugh-a-ballagh) is a battle cry of Irish origin, meaning "clear the way". The spelling is an 18th-century anglicization of the Irish-language words Fág an first recorded use as a regimental motto was by the Royal Irish Fusiliers in It remains the motto of the Royal Irish Regiment today.

It’s a story of heroism and gallantry that every Civil War buff will want to know."—History Book Club. Faugh a Ballagh. Clear the Way.

This is the story of a band of heroes that covered the Yankee retreat at Bull Run, drove the Confederates from the Sunken Road at Antietam, and made charge after charge up Marye's Heights at Fredericksburg. 3/5(4). out of 5 stars Faugh-A-Ballagh CD Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 May This is a great CD.A good mix of traditional and military music played by excellent musicians!5/5(9).

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In his War Books Cyril Falls comments: “This is how the history of units in the Great War should be written, if units can afford it,” At.

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