Ballina, Co. Mayo By Damian Murphy The River Moy at Ballina is the permanent home of a vessel that has beguiled the observer ever since it first appeared there in […]

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A little-known 1920 piece for string quartet celebrating the sacrifice of revolutionary hero Terence MacSwiney is a musical dedication worth reviving. By Axel Klein It was an illustrious crowd that […]

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An analysis of Facts and figures of the Belfast pogrom 1920–1922. By Kieran Glennon In the summer of 1922, someone who was not the originally intended author wrote a pamphlet […]

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Recovering a small piece of Dublin history with the return of a decorated Great War veteran’s medal. By John Murray On Wednesday 21 April 1909, James Murray, a labourer living […]

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By Fiona Fitzsimons The Royal Hospitals of Chelsea and Kilmainham were founded in the seventeenth century to provide accommodation for old soldiers ‘broken by age or war’, but the greater […]

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