British state collusion with paramilitaries in Ireland. By Michael Finucane ‘If we open a quarrel between the past and the present we shall find that we have lost the future.’ […]

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Sir,—Why, after two decades of often acrimonious debate, do the late Peter Hart’s findings on sectarianism in the Irish revolution continue to intrigue, vex or perplex so many history buffs? […]

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By Joseph E.A. Connell Jr On 18 September 1914 Home Rule was enacted and simultaneously postponed for the duration of the First World War, which had begun in August. The […]

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Sir,—Following your publication of an article by me relating to Arthur Griffith (HI 24.4, May/June 2016), I have been sent the attached undated photograph of Griffith, which gives no location […]

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Sir,—John Donoghue’s article (‘The curse of Cromwell: revisiting the Irish slavery debate’, HI 25.4, July/August 2017) includes misquoted and misleadingly contextualised source material relating to William Petty, architect of the […]

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