So closely do Australians identify with Gallipoli that they often think they were the only ones there, apart from their Anzac partners from New Zealand—and the Turks, of course. Yet […]

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Reviewed by Ruan O’Donnell Ruan O’Donnell is a Senior Lecturer in history at the University of Limerick This welcome addition to Irish republican historiography is long overdue. While Mairtin Ó […]

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Reviewed by Maurice Coakley Maurice Coakley lectures in journalism and media studies at Griffith College, Dublin What can the past teach us? Professor Bryan Fanning had the idea of examining […]

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Reviewed by Lar Joye Lar Joye is curator of military history at the National Museum of Ireland (Decorative Arts) Seán Murphy is a retired Irish Defence Forces officer and lawyer […]

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Reviewed by Sylvie Kleinman Sylvie Kleinman has taught Irish history and historiography at Trinity College, Dublin. In 1925 an academic, critical of the excessive moralising and lack of perspective in […]

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