‘Imagining the past to remember the future’?: Easter 1916 in 2016 By Fearghal McGarry In ‘Easter, 1916’, Yeats identified the sacrifice of the insurgents with resurrection, just as Patrick Pearse […]

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‘IS IT STILL HELD THAT THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT MAKING IT A PARTY DEMONSTRATION?’—RICHARD MULCAHY, EASTER 1935 By Allison Martin Over the years, Easter Rising commemorations have taken on many […]

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ONE OF THE FEW BRITISH OFFICERS TO DISTINGUISH HIMSELF ON AND OFF THE BATTLEFIELD IN IRELAND IN 1916 By James Quinn The events of Easter Week 1916 saw heroism in […]

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MESOPOTAMIA WAS AMONGST THE HARSHEST THEATRES OF THE GREAT WAR By Mark Phelan While the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme understandably dominate the current commemorative landscape, the […]

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WO 35: army in Ireland, administrative and Easter Rising By Fiona Fitzsimons These are the records of the British Army in Ireland (1775 to 1923). In 1922 the British military […]

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