Sir, —If Sir Henry Wilson (Henry Hughes Wilson, to give him his full name) is best remembered for the circumstances of his death, why then were we not told about […]

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History Ireland goes global (and bi-monthly) A medievalist colleague of mine once remarked that in his line of work one event was an isolated incident, two was a trend. In […]

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Sir, —I am currently in the process of carrying out research on formermembers of Limerick County Council with a view to publishing a bookthat will contain a brief biographical profile […]

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Sir, —Your January/February 2005 issue provided food for thought. ‘Shotat Dawn’ by Peter Mulvany established that, when it came to militarydiscipline in the Great War, there were ‘different spanks for […]

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Sir, —W.J. Lowe’s ‘Who were the Black-and-Tans?’ (HI 12.3, Autumn 2004) is—like all his work on Irish police history—solid, salutary and illuminating. His findings on the substantial Irish element among […]

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