TG:    Tell us about your family background? KW:    I come from the parish of Clonegal which straddles the counties of Wicklow, Carlow and Wexford; by a lucky accident, I was […]

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Following the publication, in October 1997, of two versions of diary material relating to Roger Casement’s activities in the Amazon in 1910, there resurfaced one of the longest running controversies […]

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AB:    What early influences contributed to your interest in history? JAM:    Growing up in a strongly nationalist household in the 1930s, my first introduction to history was history as nationalism. […]

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In 1824, the British government decided to initiate a comprehensive series of six-inch maps of Ireland, the first of its kind. The project was entrusted to the British Board of […]

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  At 9.40 am on Tuesday 26 August 1913 Dublin tram car men (drivers) and conductors pinned the Red Hand badge of the Irish Transport and General Workers‚ Union to […]

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