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Limerick Native, Captain James "Bertie" Eyre Massy, Assumes Command in the 5th Battalion |

Limerick Native, Captain James “Bertie” Eyre Massy, Assumes Command in the 5th Battalion

Captain James “Bertie” Eyre Massy, hailing from a well-known Limerick family, has taken on a significant role within the military hierarchy, being appointed as the commanding officer in the 5th Battalion. Massy’s lineage and military background underscore the rich heritage of service ingrained in the region.

Having enlisted in the Limerick regiment, Massy began their journey in the armed forces in 1907. Through years of dedication and commitment, Massy steadily climbed the ranks, culminating in the prestigious position of captaincy.

The 5th Battalion, with Massy at its helm, now stands poised to uphold its duties with diligence and honour. Massy’s appointment brings with it a wealth of experience and leadership, ensuring the battalion operates effectively under their command.

Massy’s ascent to the role of captain exemplifies the tradition of excellence within Limerick’s military community. Their dedication to duty and service reflects the values deeply rooted in the region’s history.

As Captain James “Bertie” Eyre Massy assumes their new responsibilities, they carry forward a proud legacy, embodying the spirit of Limerick and its enduring contributions to the armed forces.

Freeman’s Journal – Wednesday 01 September 1915

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