David Officer Historians of Ireland regularly harp on about the often blunt and crude forms in which the past is mobilised by contemporary interests. However, historians themselves pay scant attention […]

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A protracted war of independence and a bitter civil war left the new Irish Free State with economic and social problems of enormous proportions – the economy and infrastructure were […]

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HM: Could you tell us about your background?   ATQS: My father was a Belfastman. He had emigrated to Australia but in the middle of the first world war, he […]

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A History of Ulster . Jonathan Bardon (Blackstaff Press, 1992, £14.95) and Nine Ulster Lives,  G. O’Brien & P. Roebuck (eds.) (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1992, £7.95) (1:1) Tony Canavan On […]

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A Man with a Mission: Tommy  Graham finds out about the man and his message. TG:    Could you tell us a little about your background? BB:    I was born in […]

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