SO RAN THE HEADLINE OF AN ARTICLE BY THE OWNER OF THE WRECK, GREGG BEMIS, IN THE IRISH TIMES AT THE TIME OF THE CENTENARY OF THE SHIP’S SINKING. MORE […]

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UK FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE OFFICIALS ATTEMPTED TO MAINTAIN COMMUNITY RELATIONS WITH BOTH PROTESTANTS AND CATHOLICS THROUGH THEIR RELIGIOUS LEADERS. By Maggie Scull The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) […]

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In 1912 Monaghan Urban Council began to plan a scheme of artisans’ houses to be financed under the Housing of the Working Classes (Ireland) Act, 1908. This Act, designed principally […]

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WHY THIS SMALL ISLAND HAS TWO INTERNATIONAL SOCCER TEAMS By Cormac Moore On 7 March 1921, the Protests and Appeals Committee of the Irish Football Association (IFA) met to schedule […]

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THE SINGLE GREATEST ACT OF VANDALISM OF THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE By Pat Poland On 21 January 1919 the first Dáil was convened in the Mansion House in Dublin […]

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