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A level stretch of open ground in County Kildare, Ireland, famous for its racecourse and military camp.

Curragh mutiny informal name for the event at the Curragh camp in March 1914, when 60 cavalry officers stationed there resigned their commissions in the belief that they were to be used to force Ulster to accept Home Rule.

Subjects: European History — Military History.

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