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The records of the Dublin Metropolitan Police in the early decades of the twentieth century provide a unique and previously unexplored aspect of Dublin life in the revolutionary period. ...
The buildings and streets of our capital city bear many of the scars of the foundation of the state. Historian Pádraig Yeates took it upon himself to look at life ...
Thousands never returned home to their loved ones after an Armistice was declared on the 11th of November, 1918. Those who did survive arrived back to a very different Ireland to ...
James Connolly is best known for his part in the 1913 Lockout and as one of the leaders of the Easter Rising. He’s widely remembered as a martyr who gave his ...
“There is not I think, it’s fair to say, a direct link between the Lockout of 1913 and the Rising of 1916, that would be a misreading of history.” says ...
In episode one Citizens:Lockout 1913-2013 historians and writers including Padraig Yeates, Diarmaid Ferriter, Emmet O'Connor, Francis Devine and Mary Daly trace the roots of the Lockout, depicting Dublin in 1900-1912 ...
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