Charles J. Haughey did not come cheap. Neither did this much-hyped three-part mini-series on the life, or excerpts thereof, of the notorious former taoiseach, which apparently cost €4 million to […]

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The split centred around a bitter dispute between two men, Judge Daniel Cohalan, leader of the Irish-American nationalist organisation Friends of Irish Freedom (FOIF), and Éamon de Valera, then leading […]

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It’s a Long Way to Tipperary—An Irish Story of the Great War follows the daily lives of a single family from July 1914 to December 1918 through weekly posts of […]

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The regular units of the British Army were unable to meet the demands of the war. New divisions of volunteers were raised in 1914, including three Irish divisions—the 10th (Irish), […]

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The triumph of the Young Turk Revolution of 24 July 1908 was sudden, unexpected, always patchy, and never complete in the way revolutions are meant to be. Only after five […]

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