A member of the Irish Citizen Army (ICA), James Joyce joined the St. Stephen’s Green garrison from Jacob’s Biscuit factory during the Easter Rising. He took up positions in Davy’s pub and Little’s pub during the week. Interned in Dartmoor Prison until June 1917, Joyce renewed his involvement with the ICA and was involved in the confrontation with police on Dawson Street on 5th June, 1919. He also fought with the republican side in Dublin at the beginning of the Civil War.
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