OSCAR TRAYNOR WAS A CONVENTIONAL MEMBER OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GENERATION, BUT WHAT MARKED HIM OUT FROM MANY OF HIS COLLEAGUES WAS HIS ALLEGIANCE TO WHAT WAS OFTEN DISMISSED AS A […]

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HOW INDEPENDENT IRELAND’S EARLIEST ATTEMPTS AT DIPLOMACY IN BERLIN WERE SABOTAGED BY THE PERSONAL RIVALRY BETWEEN IRISH DIPLOMATS By Darren Kelly The Irish Free State is an entity that is […]

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WHAT WAS THE CONTEXT OF ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL INCIDENTS OF THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE? By Pádraig Óg Ó Ruairc The night before the truce that ended the War […]

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THE LITTLE-KNOWN STORY OF HER ENGAGEMENT WITH IRELAND By Geoffrey Bell The story really begins on 1 November 1913, when Sylvia Pankhurst spoke at a meeting in London’s Albert Hall […]

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THE RECENT ACQUISITION OF THE FAMILY PAPERS OF A LESSER-KNOWN BRITISH ARMY OFFICER BY MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY WILL ADD GREATLY TO THE RICH HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE ANGLO-ZULU WAR By Luke […]

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