The lockout brought much hardship to families, affected trade and occupied both the infirmary and the court house. It therefore drew reactions from various and diverse groups. The GAA quickly […]

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A provincial coastal town, Wexford had a strong seafaring tradition, its quayside having established trade links with Britain and a railway that connected the town to Dublin. Besides having its […]

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caption id=”attachment_18133″ align=”alignleft” width=”300″] Lar Joye on the weapons that made their mark on the streets of Dublin in 1913.[/caption] ‘Every afternoon a troop of policemen marched in solemn and […]

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The Wexford lockout was not merely a struggle between employers and workers; it also brought into sharp focus the visceral opposition of the Catholic Church to trade unionism in Ireland, […]

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