On 26 January 1950, Éamon de Valera was asked to be guest of honour at a reception in Birmingham to celebrate the declaration of India as a republic. At first […]

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In his review of T. Ryle Dwyer’s Behind the Green Curtain (HI 18.2,March/April 2010), Eoin Dillon states that the book ‘allows present-dayneutrality to be presented as contingent, a pragmatic response […]

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The Archives Department, University College Dublin, after consultation with the Franciscan Friars, has accepted custody of the papers of Éamon de Valera. An initial examination has been carried out to […]

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When Éamon de Valera gave his followers the order to dump arms at the end of the Civil War in May 1923 the fighting ended, but not the arguments about […]

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A terse paragraph in the Irish national dailies on 3 May 1945 started the avalanche of international protest. Under the heading ‘People and Places’, the Fianna Fáil-backed Irish Press reported […]

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