While some applicants may have exaggerated their service, a system of checks and balances allowed statements to be verified and tested. BY ROBERT MCEVOY ‘Doherty:  If I could get a […]

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Privilege and change in the Catholic middle class. BY COLUM KENNY One was a controversial Jesuit psychologist who left the priesthood and married but later recanted. One was a surgeon […]

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BY FIONA FITZSIMONS In the nineteenth century, immigration changed the demographics of the United States and saw the establishment of significant immigrant communities of Irish, Germans, Chinese, Italians and Eastern […]

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The IRA attack on Fenit coastguard station and RIC barracks in June 1920. BY DAIRE BRUNICARDI In most of the many accounts and histories of the Irish War of Independence […]

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The British still seem intent on burying evidence of the grim deeds done in defence of their empire. BY PÁDRAIG ÓG Ó RUAIRC Four months after the signing of the […]

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