KILMALLOCK SURVIVORS – THE FIVE SURVIVING ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY MEMBERS AFTER THEIR BARRACKS AT KILMALLOCK, COUNTY LIMERICK, IRELAND, WAS ATTACKED BY THE IRA (IRISH REPUBLICAN ARMY) ON 28TH MAY 1920. LEFT TO RIGHT: CONSTABLES FEEHY AND HOLMES, SERGEANT O’SULLIVAN AND CONSTABLES BAILIE AND BARRY. TWO MEN WERE KILLED IN A FIRE CAUSED BY IRA INCENDIARY DEVICES BEFORE O’SULLIVAN LED THE REMAINING MEN IN A BAYONET CHARGE ON THE REPUBLICANS.