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On this week's programme, we're continuing our look at the American Civil War - from an Irish perspective. Irish soldiers played an important role on both sides of the conflict ...
Bringing the past to life! Discover how our world was shaped as Myles Dungan and guests explore events ranging from medieval times to the recent past
This week's programme is the first of two special episodes looking at the American Civil War - from an Irish perspective. Irish soldiers played an important role on both sides ...
Last weekend, a monument to the memory of Irish soldiers who served and died during the American Civil War was unveiled in Ballymote in County Sligo. The ceremony took place on ...
Orla Rapple reports on the role of a Roscommon man, James Rowan O'Beirne, in the hunt for Abraham Lincoln's killer. James Rowan O'Beirne We also hear from archaeologist Damian Shiels, who talks about the ...
Just sixteen Irish-born men reached the rank of either Colonel or General in the Confederate forces during the American Civil War. One of these was Cork man Patrick Cleburne who ...
Prison Camps are an unavoidable factor in war and that fact was no different during the American Civil War. The most infamous of them all was Andersonville, a confederate prison ...
One of the most intriguing stories from the Irish fighting in the American Civil War is that of Albert Cashier. Orla Rapple told us about the life of a private ...
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