Faugh-a-Ballagh

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FAUGH-A-BALLAGH. Irish, March. The name derives from the Irish Fág an Bealach (or Fág a' Bealach), meaning 'Clear the way', and was a battle cry of Irish regiments, particularly those in the British army and the with Irish units in the American Civil War.

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