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At present, the reading room is open from 1000hrs to 1600hrs, Tuesday to Thursday (inclusive). Use of cameras may be permitted by prior permission only, provided images are taken for one-time, personal study use only and a legal agreement form is signed.Many collections have paper finding aids, but most research will require an orientation with the duty archivist to ascertain which records are most relevant. To facilitate the administration of your appointment in Military Archives you can prepare some of the reading room forms in advance of your visit.If we are not in a position to take your material, we are happy to advise you on other institutions best placed to receive a collection.Given our status and mission as a public service archives, all private material taken as a donation must be available for public research after a specified time period.
The collection includes witness statements, contemporary documents (such as pamphlets, photographs, letters, dispatches, etc.), a small separate photograph collection and twelve voice recordings.
Relatives of those who were awarded a 1916 Medal and/or a War of Independence Medal can now apply for a certificate of service.
Unfortunately, it is not possible at this time to reissue original medals.
In exceptional circumstances, direct next of kin may give permission to a third party researcher to proceed with an enquiry on their behalf.
Military Archives requires a signed letter of application for personnel records along with copies of birth cert(s) to establish an applicantâ€™s relationship to personnel of interest.
Cathal Brugha Barracks is a working barracks (compared with Collins Barracks, Dublin) and upon entering the barracks the gate policeman may wish to check your identification and check the visitors list.