By Lar Joye Since Greek and Roman times armies have displayed captured weapons and flags as a way of celebrating their success. In Ireland we see examples of this in […]

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The Irish War Hospital Supply Organisation. By Monika Barget, Pádraig MacCarron and Susan Schreibman On 28 February 1919 the Irish war hospital depot in Dublin closed its doors. This voluntary […]

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By Lar Joye The United States of America entered the war on 6 April 1917, and by the summer of 1918 over two million American soldiers had landed in Europe. […]

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Armistice Days in Dublin as viewed by ex-members of the Irish command of WAAC/QMAAC 1917–19. By Barbara Walsh On 11 November 1924, four young Irishwomen carrying a wreath headed for […]

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What sort of world did the ending of the First World War bring into being? By John Horne At 11am on 11 November 1918, the guns fell silent along the […]

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