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Studio debate between Minister Aodhán Ó’Ríordán and historians, Ruth Dudley Edwards, Roisin Higgins and Diarmuid Ferriter. There are five major themes in the government's programme, Remember, Reconcile, Imagine, Present, Celebrate. Ruth Dudley ...
“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 ...
By the end of January 1914 the Lockout ended with a decisive and crushing victory for the employers. Many leave Dublin to seek work in English cities and the striking ...
By 1913 the elements and characters that dominate the six month Lockout are coming in place with the growing strength of Larkin's new Irish union the Irish Transport and General ...
Sean Rocks talks to Ruth Dudley Edwards about her new novel 'Killing the Emperors'.
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