President John Kennedy once said that a “nation reveals itself “ by the events and people it chooses to commemorate.
This state is a rule of law based, parliamentary democracy, which has…Continue
The following is a transcript of the LIVE members' chat hosted here at on Saturday, April 11, 2015. Some editing has been applied for…Continue
The rebellion of Easter Week 1916 was one of the formative events in Irish history.
It led towards the independence we now enjoy, along with the enactment of Home Rule in 1914, the meeting of the First Dail in 1919, the…Continue
|National Museum of Ireland
DOMHNAIGH -- On Sept. 29, 1972, Kathleen Clarke, wife…Continue
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MÁIRT -- On Sept. 17, 1860, units of the Irish Battalion of St. Patrick of the Papal army fought a Piedmontese army allied with Garibaldi at Spoleto. Spoleto was a walled city south of Florence with the fortress of Rocca on the side…Continue
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Roger Casement being led out of Pentonville Prison, where he would later be hanged.
DOMHNAIGH -- On September 1,…Continue
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|Irish Civil War: The Four Courts burning during the Battle of Dublin.
By Felicity Hayes-McCoy
When I was a child in Dublin in the 1950s and 60s,…Continue
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