Sir,—May I make a brief contribution in relation to Tony Canavan’s ‘Bite-sized History’ article, with reference to the Spanish Civil War? Mr Canavan correctly states that most ‘mainstream historians’ have […]

Read More →

Sir,—Padraig Yeates’s ‘A sheep in wolf’s clothing no match for the wise serpent’ (HI 26.2, March/April 2018) asks ‘how far was the ITUC&LP leading the [anti-conscription] campaign, and how far […]

Read More →

Sir,—In her Platform article, ‘Church archives—private or public records?’ (HI 26.2, March/April 2018), Catriona Crowe argues for the opening of archives under the control of religious congregations. In some ways […]

Read More →

BY TONY CANAVAN Cromwellian bust-up Visitors to the Palace of Westminster recently may have noticed that a bust of Oliver Cromwell, situated in the House of Commons stairwell, has from […]

Read More →

An on-line exhibition plotting Irish women’s road to the vote, 1918. By Jane Maxwell The Library of Trinity College, Dublin, has taken a robust approach to the centenary of female […]

Read More →


Copyright © 2022 History Publications Ltd, Unit 9, 78 Furze Road, Sandyford, Dublin 18, Ireland | Tel. +353-1-293 3568