BY TONY CANAVAN   Don’t mention the war, massacres or mutiny The British government is having problems with its advisory board on commemorating the First World War. Some members of […]

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BY AODHÁN CREALEY JULY 02/1900 Thomas Farrell (73), sculptor, died. A forgotten man nowadays, Farrell’s works include statues of Archbishops Murray and Cullen in Dublin’s Pro-Cathedral, Archbishop Richard Whately and […]

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When France’s ‘Long Fella’ found his roots. By Sylvie Kleinman On 18 June 1969, 29 years after his 1940 call from London appealing to Frenchmen to refuse defeat and resist […]

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By Felix M. Larkin In connection with the recent purchase of Independent News & Media (INM) by Mediahuis, the chairman of INM, Mr Murdoch MacLennan, was quoted as saying that […]

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