The wills of 9,000 Irish soldiers who died in the First World War have been put on the internet by the Republic's National Archives.
The documents reveal the last wishes of the soldiers, many of them Ulster men.
Although about 35,000 Irish men died in action, only 9,000 wills have survived.
The fallen never came home, but their wills, which were written in a page of a pocket service book and tucked in their uniform, did.
BBC News - Irish soldiers' wills from WWI go on internet