Sir,—The last few months of 2017 witnessed the passing of two giants of Irish historiography. Donnchadh Ó Corráin—interviewed in the last issue (HI 26.1, Jan./Feb. 2018)—died in Cork on 25 […]

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Sir,—Twenty-five years on, the latest argument between Prof. David Fitzpatrick and Dr Andy Bielenberg about Peter Hart’s research identifying high levels of sectarianism in Cork during the War of Independence […]

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Sir,—Tony Canavan told the story of the painting of William of Orange hanging in Stormont since the 1930s, which caused controversy owing to the inclusion in the painting of Pope […]

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Sir,—With regard to Tony Canavan’s review of the Central Bank Visitor Centre (HI 26.1, Jan./Feb. 2018) and the design of the new coinage for the Irish Free State, my impression […]

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Sir,—I read with interest the article ‘What happened to Redmond’s National  Volunteers?’ (HI 26.1, Jan./Feb. 2018). The article seemed to be preoccupied with the internal administration of the movement. References […]

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