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For over 150 years, Nelson's Pillar dominated O'Connell Street in Dublin. The granite structure was erected in the early 19th century to commemorate the British naval commander Horatio Nelson. He ...
Peadar O'Donnell - The Gates Flew Upon (Mercier Press). A classic memoir just back in print) Peadar O'Donnell became involved in Irish Republicanism through his initial involvement in socialism, as ...
This week, we asked our guests to suggest history books that they reckon would make a good Christmas present for someone in your life. Our guests were historians, Lisa Marie Griffith ...
While we haven’t universally embraced wearing the poppy in this country, we generally respect people’s right to observe Remembrance Sunday. However, in the 1920s and 1930s here, it was a very ...
There's been a lot of talk about our sense of resignation in the face of austerity, rising job losses and apparently unending cutbacks. While the Greeks and others have been ...
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