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For two weeks in summer 1922, the small town of Kilmallock became a crucial Civil War battleground, with the National Army and anti-Treaty IRA clashing at the Cork/Limerick border. But as John O'Callaghan explains, the sea landings on the Munster coastline changed the course of the battle.