In this the centenary year of the Kilmichael ambush it is perhaps timely to reflect on Peter Hart’s reinterpretation and how he arrived at his conclusions. By John Regan Twenty-two […]

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One of many examples of black propaganda by the press officials in Dublin Castle? Or has it a basis in truth? By Michael B. Barry As the War of Independence […]

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Who was Tony Small, friend and manservant of Lord Edward Fitzgerald? And what became of him and his family after Fitzgerald’s death in 1798? By Laura McKenna The Battle of […]

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Tracing Black, Asian, Minority-Ethnic (BAME) and mixed-race people in Ireland c. 1700–1922, part I By Fiona Fitzsimons From at least the eighteenth century there were BAME people in Ireland and […]

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What the recently refurbished basement rooms of Newbridge House, Co. Dublin, reveal about servants’ lives in one of Ireland’s ‘big houses’. By Cathal Dowd Smith A country house can be […]

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