THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DETECTIVE SERGEANT JOHN BARTON By Padraig Yeates If he died today in the line of duty Detective Sergeant John Barton of the Dublin Metropolitan Police […]

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A BOOK THAT GENERATED COLUMNS OF COMMENT IN NEWSPAPERS AND JOURNALS IN LONDON, NEW YORK, PARIS AND ELSEWHERE WAS IGNORED IN IRELAND By Dennis Kennedy One hundred years ago, on […]

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MY FAMILY HAS A SPECIAL LINK WITH 1916: MY GREAT-GRAND UNCLE PADDY FIRED THE FIRST SHOT IN THE EASTER RISING By Adam Murphy My great-grand uncle was Patrick Joseph Ramsbottom, […]

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By Ian Lawler Karl Goetz was a German satirical medallist based in Munich who is best known for the infamous Lusitania medal which, owing to an incorrect date for the […]

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SECULAR FRANCE AND CATHOLIC FRANCE SET ASIDE THEIR DIFFERENCES AND ABLY USED RELIGION TO BENEFIT THEIR CAUSE DURING THE WAR By Oliver O’Hanlon One hundred years ago, in the middle […]

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