Essex got the chop on 25 February 1601. The tragic end of Robert Devereux, Elizabeth’s last heart-throb, has been variously represented. Bloomsbury gave its verdict in Lytton Strachey’s famous study […]

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The Military Heritage of Ireiand Trust Limited was established in June 2000 on an all-lreland basis, to promote a greater knowledge and appreciation of all aspects of Ireland’s military heritage, […]

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The Economic and Social Research Council in the UK is funding a projectentitled ‘England and Ireland, 1170-1485: a guide to documents in thePublic Record Office’. The researcher is Paul Dryburgh, […]

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Alan Gilsenan’s two-part documentary The Ghost of Roger Casement was neatly timed to coincide with new evidence on the Black Diaries controversy, which has since erupted in the letters page […]

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At a meeting held on the 5 January, 1971, the government agreed thatthe title of the Minister for External Affairs in the English language,should be changed to ‘Minister for Foreign […]

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