The fresco of St Patrick’s Purgatory and ‘St Patrick’s Well’ in Umbria By Brenda Moore-McCann “It is probably the first, the largest and the most complex artistic representation of Purgatory […]

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The search for truth and the revision of Irish history By Patrick Maume In the July/August 2020 issue of History Ireland Dr Fergal Mac Bloscaidh, whose research on Tyrone politics […]

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Sir,—Ten years ago History Ireland was in the unusual position of breaking a news story (my ‘Church and State bear responsibility for the Bethany Home’, HI 18.5, Sept./Oct. 2010). It […]

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Sir,—Cormac Moore, in the opening sentence of his ‘The Government of Ireland Act 1920’ (HI 28.6, Nov./Dec. 2020), supposes that it was this act that ‘led to the partition of […]

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Sir,—As the Decade of Commemorations continues, the largely forgotten stories of Irishmen who served in the British Army, and their British comrades stationed in the town, have a place in […]

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