The question of Haughey’s involvement in this bizarre series of events continues to fascinate. By Stephen Kelly The true extent of Charles J. Haughey’s role in attempts to import guns […]

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By Lar Joye The Universal Carrier was a tracked vehicle designed by Vickers Armstrong for the British Army in 1940. During the Second World War it was used by all […]

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An incisive thinker with a flamboyant personality, she was a leading figure in the ‘Golden Age of female philosophy’. By John Hayes Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret Anscombe, the most considerable female […]

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The contrasting fortunes of Lisburn’s two RIC district inspectors. By Ciaran Toal On 19 August 1920, the magistrates for County Antrim gathered in Lisburn’s courthouse, gifted to the town by […]

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Irish posters for the Empire Marketing Board (EMB). By Billy Shortall In the aftermath of the Irish Civil War and in tough financial times, the Irish economy struggled to the […]

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