Miriam Mulligan was aged 3 in 1941, living on North Strand Road. Her family home was destroyed by the bombing, and she herself was pulled from the rubble by the emergency services. Her mother suffered a miscarriage on the night of the bombing. Her family were re-housed in Cabra. She speaks about her parents memories of the bombing, and also of community life in the North Strand in the late 1930’s.
Listen to Miriam’s story here:
Name of the Interviewee: Miriam Mulligan