Limerick City Council Grants Freedom of the City to Paul Kruger and Maud Gonne

The Limerick City Council has granted the esteemed Freedom of the City honor to two distinguished personalities, ex-President Paul Kruger of the Transvaal and Irish nationalist Maud Gonne. The council celebrates their significant achievements and connections with Limerick. As a prominent political figure, Kruger led South Africa’s Boer resistance during the Anglo-Boer War, while Maud Gonne was a renowned activist and muse to notable Irish poet W.B. Yeats. This honor bestowed by Limerick City Council commemorates their contributions and the impact of their work in shaping history.

Edinburgh Evening News¬†–¬†Friday 14 December 1900

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