Soloheadbeg—vindicating a democratic mandate for independence. By Martin Mansergh ‘History was forged in sudden death on a Tipperary byroad as surely as it ever was in meetings at Downing Street […]

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The worst single episode of loss of life suffered by the Irish Defence Forces since the Civil War.  By Terence O’Reilly By September 1941 the Second World War had been […]

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Sir,—Regarding Nigel Jones’s review of Gerard Murphy’s book (HI 27.1, Jan./Feb. 2019), I was surprised by the assertion that Dr Murphy ‘is well qualified for the role of historical detective, […]

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Sir,—Patrick Maume (HI 27.1, Jan./Feb. 2019) declares, using very sparse evidence indeed, that Brian O’Higgins was led into ‘holocaust denial’. This is a very strange accusation to make, considering that […]

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Sir,—Padraig Yeates (HI. 27.1, Jan./Feb. 2019, Platform)is to be congratulated on his discovery of Irish Labour’s proposals for mass resistance to conscription in Ireland. Not least of its benefits is […]

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