Michael Brennan waved his arm and called out to the men of the East Clare Flying Column to abandon their positions along the road near Glenwood House in southeast County Clare, about 12 miles north of Limerick City. Like so many ambushes laid by members of the Irish Volunteers during the Irish War…Continue
Forty-five years ago, on January 4th, 1976, wanton acts of savage brutality shook the world to its foundations with mindless murder. The first to feel the wrath of the killers on that fateful night, was the Reavey family, who lived in a small cottage near the village of Whitecross, Co. Armagh.
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Did you know that January is celebrated as “National Hot Tea Month”? I didn’t! As a member of a tea-loving Facebook group, I discover all sorts of information that only passionate tea-lovers know and share. And as the author of Teatime in Ireland, I do know that tea plays…Continue
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