It was a flight that he claimed was ‘accidental’ that earned him the nickname ‘Wrong Way’ Corrigan, as well as a ticker-tape parade in New York, a Hollywood movie about […]

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On display in the ‘Soldiers and Chiefs’ exhibition in the National Museum at Collins Barracks is a large table-cover, measuring 8ft by 4ft, called the Stokes Tapestry. This large pictorial […]

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The Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary holds probably the most significant grouping of ecclesiastical buildings surviving from the medieval period in Ireland. Its largest building, the cathedral, was abandoned […]

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The origins of Men of the South may be attributed to a meeting on 25 May 1921 between Albert Wood KC and the recently arrested Seán Moylan, commander of the […]

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Danno’s first professional match in America was against Ernie Dusek, the leader of ‘the Riot Squad’, which consisted of the four Dusek brothers, Ernie, Emil, Rudy and Joe. The Duseks […]

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