A terrible beauty Title Films by John Gibney   The General Post Office on Dublin’s O’Connell Street looms large in the iconography of the Easter Rising. Its position on the […]

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On the final night of John F. Kennedy’s trip to Ireland in 1963, the 46-year-old American president took advantage of a small dinner setting at Áras an Uachtaráin to pose […]

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Shortly before noon on Easter Monday 1916, Catherine Foster left her home in 18 Manor Place in Stoneybatter, pushing her two-year-old child, John Francis, in his pram towards the city […]

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Sir,—I wonder could any of your readers or subscribers assist with an enquiry? Several years ago a man from Galway told me of an experience during the Civil War when […]

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United Nations Photo Archive United Nations Photo Archive United Nations Photo Archive Frank Aiken cuts a colossal figure in twentieth-century Irish history. But in 2006, when RTÉ broadcast a documentary […]

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