MILITARY HERITAGE TOURS PRESENTS In the Louth County Museum, Jocelyn St. Dundalk On Saturday 5th November2005 A one day seminar, supported by The Department of Foreign Affairs THE FORGOTTEN IRISH IN THE FORGOTTEN ARMY IN THE FORGOTTEN WAR (BURMAH WWII) 10.30 11.00 11.30 Tea & Coffee Address of welcome by organisers. Recollections of Veterans of WWII. By Richard Parkinson of The Somme Centre, Bangor. 12.30 Lunch 13.30 Irish VCs in The Far East By David Truesdale, Author of :”Brotherhood of the Cauldron” “The First Eagle” the 87th Foot at Barrosa. “Regulars by God” the 89th Foot at Lundy’s Lane. And co-author with Richard Doherty of “Irish Winners of the Victoria Cross” 14.15 Tea & Coffee 14.30 1st Bn. Inniskilling Fusiliers in Burmah. By Richard Doherty, Author of “Clear the Way” A History of the 38th (Irish) Brigade ‘ 1941-1947. “The Sons of Ulster” Ulstermen at War from the Somme to Korea. “And Larks Still Sang” an illustrated history of 36th (Ulster) Division 1914-1918. “Wall of Steel, the history of 9th (L’Derry) HAA Regiment RA. And co-author with David Truesdale of “ Irish winners of the Victoria Cross” Admission is free as is the buffet lunch, tea and coffee. Those attending are requested to be in place by 10.50 at the latest to facilitate a prompt start.