GERARD KEOWN Oxford University Press £65 ISBN 9780198745129 Reviewed by: Michael Kennedy There are two central themes running through this accessible, elegant andauthoritative account of early Irish foreign policy. Firstly, […]

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January 03/1946 William Joyce (39), Nazi propagandist known as ‘Lord Haw-Haw’, was hanged for treason in Wandsworth Jail. 05/1976 John A. Costello (84), barrister, attorney general of Ireland (1926–32) and […]

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In this issue’s Platform (pp 10–11) Felix M. Larkin rightly takes successive governments to task for their philistine neglect of our national cultural institutions, and of the National Library in […]

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JANUARY 08 Fri 8pm Military History Society of Ireland, Griffith College, South Circular Road, Dublin 8. Robert the Bruce’s Irish wars, Seán Duffy. 11 Mon 8pm Galway Archaeological & Historical […]

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By Joseph E.A. Connell Jr Surrey House on Leinster Road was the home of Countess Markievicz. It was also where James Connolly’s The Spark and the Workers’ Republic were printed. […]

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