Sir,—Congratulations on your special issue ‘Ireland & WWI’ (HI 22.4, July/ Aug. 2014), which made very interesting reading. Allow me to add some additional information. One gets the impression from […]

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Sir,—I feel that I must respond to Dr Timothy Bowman’s comments in his review of my biography of Brigadier General F. P. Crozier, Broken Sword (HI 22.4, July/Aug. 2014). He […]

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Sir,—As we are now in the zone of commemorations of the First World War, one aspect of Ireland’s involvement tends to be forgotten. Ireland was in the front line in […]

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Sir,—In her interesting article on ‘Women and war in Ireland, 1914–18’ (HI 22.4, July/Aug. 2014) Senia Pasˇeta notes that ‘optimism about post-war prospects for women’ was expressed ‘as early as […]

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Sir,—Your last editorial (HI 22.4, July/ Aug. 2014) is puzzling. How could ‘the political leaders . . . of Ireland . . . stand indicted’ for the Great War? Carson […]

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