January 1 1973 Ireland joined the European Economic Community (EEC) along with Denmark and the United Kingdom. 5 1953 Twenty-seven people were killed when a BEA Viking aircraft crash-landed just […]

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States have long had an interest in how key events in their past are commemorated, and historians have equally long been complicit in promoting dominant political mythologies. Since the development […]

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We may have been one of the first but were certainly not the last to be invaded by our restless neighbour. A new study by historian Stuart Laycock reveals that […]

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In the early 1980s, James Hawthorne recognised that there was no collective way to celebrate the achievements of people who had made a significant contribution to Ulster’s heritage. His inspiration […]

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DIFP VIII covers the immediate post-war years, a period ignored by many historians of Irish foreign policy. The volume explores a vital question facing Iveagh House: after ‘the Emergency’, where […]

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