The Second Anglo-Boer War, 1899–1902 By Lar Joye Between 1890 and 1914, the Irish soldier in the British Army wore a brown uniform and carried the new Lee Enfield rifle, […]

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The story of Mary O’Dwyer. By Oisín Ó Síocháin Mary O’Dwyer was born Mary Breen, and married Ned O’Dwyer. She was born in Dualla, South Tipperary, in 1902, and was […]

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The composition of the jury that tried and convicted Roger Casement. By Niamh Howlin Once the authorities had decided to try Roger Casement in the English civil courts, his solicitor, […]

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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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‘To General Strickland, Victoria Barracks, Cork We are holding Mrs Lindsay and her chauffeur, James Clarke, prisoners. They have been convicted as spies and are under sentence of death. If […]

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