100 Years Ago – 30 November 1920

30 November 1920

The authorities said that the financial cost of the destroyed cotton warehouses and timber yards in Liverpool, which had been set on fire by Sinn Fein members, was expected to be over £1 million.

It was reported that fifteen members of the Macroom Auxiliary “C Company” had been killed in Macroom, in County Cork, as part of the Irish War of Independence. The final total of men killed in the action was later confirmed as seventeen.