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Irish war dead honoured

15 November 2010

Following research by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and Glasnevin Trust, which runs Ireland's largest cemetery, 43 Irish men and women who, until now, lay in unmarked graves have had a headstone erected at the spot in which they are buried.

On Remembrance Day, relatives of those buried at Glasnevin were amongst the crowd which gathered to see dignatories lay wreaths to remember the fallen.