Sologhead beg or Solohead beg is a townland and civil parish in County Tipperary, Ireland, lying northwest of Tipperary town.
- The Soloheadbeg ambush took place on 21 January 1919, when members of the Irish Volunteers or Irish Republican Army, IRA ambushed Royal Irish Constabulary
- preparations were severely hampered by military regulations following the Soloheadbeg ambush, not to mention the death of Davey Tobin by Spanish flu. A disallowed
- planned what was to be the first act of the Irish War of Independence, the Soloheadbeg Ambush. In the early part of the war, four members of the brigade were
- earlier following the Soloheadbeg ambush. The beginning of the Irish War of Independence is generally traced to the events at Soloheadbeg After going on the
- Treacy Sean Allis Treacy came from a small - farming background in Soloheadbeg in west Tipperary. He left school aged 14 and worked as a farmer, also
- establishment of the independent Irish Republic, Henry participates in the Soloheadbeg Ambush, the first engagement of the Irish War of Independence, as a lookout
- members are killed by Volunteers of the Third Tipperary Brigade in the Soloheadbeg Ambush in Tipperary. 27 January general strike call over working hours
- wanted men in Ireland at the time of his rescue, due to his role in the Soloheadbeg ambush and would almost certainly have been executed. The rescue was
- ambush Piltown Cross ambush Rineen ambush Scramoge ambush Sheemore ambush Soloheadbeg ambush Tooreen ambush Upton train ambush Falls Road Battle Aldershot
- constables, James McDonnell and Patrick O Connell, were killed when the Soloheadbeg Ambush was carried out by a group of volunteers from the Third Tipperary
- Independence started with some haphazard shootings on the same day at Soloheadbeg County Tipperary, it was treated by the British as a police matter.
- The shed was commonly referred to as the Tin Hut The planning for Soloheadbeg took place at the Tin Hut and it was a regular meeting place for prominent