Desmond Fennell takes a critical look at the dominant narrative of the ‘History of Europe’… and finds it wanting. In the 60 years before World War I, when Europe was […]

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The Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914–1919 (SDGW) series was first published in 1921 and was compiled from official casualty returns. Each regiment and unit in the British army […]

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The year is 1808 and Napoleon’s dominance of Europe is at its zenith. The British government seeks desperately for alternative sources of vital raw materials, especially the flax and hemp […]

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‘Clontarf was too important to be left to the historians, so passed into the legend-maker’s hand’ (Gwyn Jones, A history of the Vikings [London, 1973]). ‘The men of Ireland will […]

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In the last issue (HI 13.4, July/August 2005) Peter Hart stated that my views ‘are summed up in the subtitle’ of my biography of Tom Barry—IRA Freedom Fighter. Having researched […]

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