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    Lockout Studio Guests

    Lockout Studio Guests

    Our studio guests were historians Ann Matthews (whose mother was a child of the Lockout), Leeann Lane and Francy Devine contributors to a new book of essays “A Capital in Conflict: Dublin and the 1913 Lockout” which has just been published. And and we were also joined by historian, Shane McThomais of Glasnevin Museum. They talked about living conditions in Dublin in 1913, how women and children were affected, schooling, poverty, charitable donations, Evangelical Christians, the TUC food fund, the degradation of queuing for food, penny dinners, Kiddies Scheme, the political women of the Lockout, the knock-on effects of coal ...
    The History Show Sunday 14 April 2013 - The History Show - RTÉ Radio 1

    The History Show Sunday 14 April 2013 - The History Show - RTÉ Radio 1

    DO YOU HAVE A RELATIVE WHO FOUGHT IN GALLIPOLI? Close to 15,000 Irishmen fought in Gallipoli during World War I.  Almost 4,000 of these soldiers died.   Three quarters of the fatalities served in the Volunteer 10th (Irish) Division.    This is a staggering fatality rate of almost 27%. Do you have an ancestor who fought with the Australian forces at Gallipoli? We’d like to include your stories in our special Gallipoli centenary programme in April. Please Email:


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