Edition 190 of Century Ireland with all the news from 100 years ago.
The main stories include:
Brixton, 26 October 1920 - The Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, has died in Brixton Prison after 74 days of hunger strike.
Cork, 1 November 1920 - Tributes have poured in from all corners of the world as the body of the deceased Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, has been laid to rest in his native Cork.
Dublin, 2 November 1920 - 18-year old student, Kevin Gerald Barry, was executed in Mountjoy Gaol yesterday morning.
Cork, 25 October 1920 - The death has taken place of Joseph Murphy, one of the hunger striking republican prisoners in Cork Gaol.
Creation of force is an 'organised conspiracy' against Catholics, Devlin claims
Belfast, 2 November 1920 - Recruitment has begun for a new and controversial Special Constabulary for Ulster. The establishment of the force has the backing of Sir Edward Carson and the leaders of Ulster Unionism.
Westminster, 3 November 1920 - The British government has no policy of reprisals in Ireland, the Chief Secretary, Sir Hamar Greenwood, told the House of Commons yesterday.
London, 29 October 1920 - Sylvia Pankhurst, 36, has been sentenced to 6 months imprisonment.
Washington, 3 November 1920 - Early signs from the United States indicate that Republican candidate Warren Harding will become the next president.
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