|Genres||Biography Documentary History War|
|Writers||Imelda Duffy (writer)
|Plot||From 1960 to 1964, a total of 26 young Irishmen died in the Congo. 9 were butchered at the ambush of Niemba, 3 were shot dead at 'The Tunnel'. Others died fighting in the city of Elizabethville, while over 150 were bombed during the siege, where miraculously, not one died. Fifty years on, those who fought and survived- the first Irishmen to serve as UN peacekeepers overseas- reveal the stories behind the events that changed their lives forever. This programme looks at the impact of their mission on the Irish military history, Irish politics, and the lives of the Congo veterans - to present day.... search for Fighting for Peace on IMDb|
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