Along with the interview in the summer issue of History Ireland youreproduce a photograph of the delegates to the first Congress of theIrish Inter-Varsity History Students (17 February 1950) over […]

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Sir,—I could not help noticing that in the otherwise excellent articleabout the famous Soloheadbeg (County Tipperary) ambush of January 1919in the spring 1997 issue of History Ireland that Kevin Haddick […]

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Sir,—I agree with your reviewer of Roy Foster’s The Apprentice Mage (Eve Patten, HI Summer 1997), that ‘the detail of Foster’s work is important’. As a biographer of John MacBride […]

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Michael Ryan is Curator of the Chester Beatty Library; Michael Brown lectures in Scottish history at the University of St Andrews; Henry A. Jeffries teaches history at Thornhill College, Derry; […]

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Among the various terms applied to works of reference, ‘atlas’ has now become the most user-friendly, more companionable than ‘companion’ and certainly less repellent than ‘dictionary’, ‘directory’ or ‘encyclopaedia’. To […]

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