Dan Breen was startled awake from his dozing slumber by the sound of tramping feet. The small room suddenly flashed to near daylight as a spotlight played across the window looking out to the back of the house. Breen leaped to his feet and grabbed his Mauser pistol off the chair where he had left…Continue
Irish Volunteer Seán Hogan gazed out the window of the train toward the distant Galtee Mountains to the south. It was early evening on May 13, 1919. The train had just pulled out of Emly, County Tipperary, headed toward the small town of…Continue
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Sir Edward Carson, leader of the Ulster's resistance to Home Rule.
DOMHNAIGH -- On February 9, 1854, Sir Edward Henry Carson, Unionist politician, was…Continue
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