Ireland’s Wars: Index

In honour of the 25th entry in this series, I figured I’d give it its own index page. Enjoy.

Beginnings

1. The Mythic Conflicts Of The Fomorians, Tuatha De Danann And Milesians

The earliest recorded wars on the island were probably myths, but even myths can have a kernal of truth.

2. The Return Of Tuathal Techtmar

Ireland’s “Return of the King”, but more interesting for the implication of Roman involvement.

3. The High Point of Dal Riata

The Gaelic Kingdom set up in Scotland, one of the only times such a foreign adventure occured.

4. The First Viking Age

The initial Norse incursions in Ireland, from 795 to 902 AD.

5. The Second Viking Age

The period of settled Norse lands in Ireland, from 914 to 980 AD.

6. Brian Boru And The Road To Clontarf

The life and times of one of Ireland’s most legendary figures.

7. The Sieges of Dun Beal Gallimhe

The origins of one the country’s great cities and why it drew so much military attention.

The Norman Conquest

8. The Norman Foot In The Door

The initial Anglo-Norman incursions and why they happened.

9. Strongbow Arrives

The Normans cement their position, though war and marraige.

– Strongbow Holds On

The Normans withstand numerous assaults.

– Henry II’s Expansion

The King comes to Ireland.

-Windsor Ignored

Agreements are disregarded.

-De Lacy And John

The new Lord of Ireland arrives.

-Castles And Crusades

Ireland and the Holy Land.

-Anarchy Under John

Things in Ireland start falling apart.

-John’s Second Visit

The King pops in again.

10. The Battle Of The Curragh

Norman intrigue spreads to Ireland.

The Lordship Of Ireland

11. Druim-Dearg And Stalemate

The natives and the invaders, unable to beat the other.

12. Edward Bruce And The Scottish Invasion

The wars of northern Britain spread to Ireland.

13. The Killing Fields Of Athenry

The Irish repulsed in Galway.

14. The End Of The Bruce Campaign

The Scots are defeated, though the price is high.

15. Dysert O’Dea And The Native Resurgence

The Irish strike back, as the Normans retreat.

16. The De Burgh Fracture

The Anglo-Norman lands in Ulster and the west are lost.

17. Prince Lionel And The Statutes Of Kilkenny

What could not be done in war, they tried to do with law.

18. Richard And Art

The King of England comes to Ireland.

19. How Art MacMurragh Brought Down The English Monarchy

The King of Leinster shakes the foundations of England.

20. The House Of Lancaster In Power

A new family and a new approach.

21. The Rise Of York

Ireland as a staging area for the White Rose.

22. Roses At Piltown

The Wars of the Roses comes to Ireland.

23. The Earl Of Kildare And The Simnel Conspiracy

The peasent pretender and the Irish noble behind him.

24. Knockdoe, The All-Ireland Battle

The provinces clash in Galway.

25. Surrey And The Inevitable Solution

The Tudors start taking more of an interest.

26. A Bloody Night At Knockavoe

The risky attack that saved Tyrconnell.

Rebellions

27. The Fuse Of The 1520’s

A final countdown to a bloody end.

28. The Silken Rebellion

The bloody end with a well dressed leader.

29. The Siege Of Maynooth

The decider for Silken Thomas.

30. The Failure Of The Geraldine League

The last gasp of the old way of things.

31. The First Plantation

The failed settlement in Laois and Offaly.

32. Shane O’Neill And Red Sagums

Tyrone against the world.

33. Desmond And Ormond At Affane

One of the last private battles in Ireland.

34. The End Of Shane O’Neill

Enemies on all sides does not tend to lead to good places.

35. The First Desmond Rebellion

James Fitzmaurice leads Desmond against Henry Sidney.

36. The Battle Of Shrule And Edward Fitton In Connacht

War in the Tudor frontier.

37. The Second Desmond Rebellion Begins

The return (and demise) of James Fitzmaurice.

38. The Siege Of Carrigafoyle

The fall of one of the Desmond’s key defensive points.

39. The Battle Of Glenmalure

The O’Byrne’s inflict a total defeat on the English.

40. Smerwick And The End Of The Desmond Rebellion

A massacre in Kerry and a final defeat.

41. Bingham At Ardnaree

A war provoked and ended.

42. The Spanish Armada

The end of the periods great fleet.

The Nine Years War

43. Two Hugh’s, Some Biscuits And The Start Of The Nine Years War

The beginning of the islands most destructive conflict.

44. Hugh O’Neill Gets Off The Fence

Tyrone jumps in on the side of Tyrconnell.

45. The Four Fronts From 1595 To 1597

The Nine Years War ebbs and flows for both sides.

46. The Yellow Ford

England’s worst defeat thus far.

47. Munster Rises For Hugh O’Neill

The Nine Years War spreads south.

48. The Campaigns Of Essex

Another English failure.

49. The Curlew Pass

Conyers Clifford defeated.

50. George Carew And The End In Munster

The turning point for the English.

51. The Sieges At Lough Foyle And Lifford

Tyrconnell invaded.

52. The Moyry Pass

A bizarre battle.

53. The Campaigns And Winter March of 1601

The road to Kinsale.

54. Kinsale

The critical battle of the Nine Years War.

55. The Siege Of Dunboy And O’Sullivan’s March

A vicious crossing of Ireland.

56. The Final Campaigns Of The Nine Years War

This is the end.

57. From Mellifont To A Flight

The Nine Years War finishes.

58. A Summary Of The Nine Years War

What it says on the tin.

59. COIN In The Nine Years War

This too.

60. The Rebellion Of Cahir O’Doherty

One big success, then nothing but failure.

61. Mountjoy’s Peace

Thirty years of it.

62. The Sack Of Baltimore

Islam comes to Ireland.

The Eleven Year Wars – The Confederate War

63. The Road To The Irish Confederate Wars

The peace ends.

64. The Bloodshed Of 1641

The storm breaks.

65. The First Confederate Victory And Defeat

Success and failure outside Drogheda.

66. Monro’s Arrival And Kilrush

Things get worse for the Confederates.

67. The 1642 Siege Of Limerick

The war in Munster.

68. Glenmaquin

Another Irish defeat.

69. The War In Galway

A stalemate in the City of the Tribes.

70. Liscarroll

Barry goes from success to spectacular failure.

71. Owen Roe, Preston And Confederate Ireland Born

The rebels get commanders, and a system.

72. Galway Secured

The Confederates take the west.

73. New Ross (1643)

Preston takes the field.

74. Charlemont, Clones And Portlester

Owen Roe’s first campaign.

75. Fermoy Ford

Finally, a Confederate victory.

76. Monro Takes Command In Ulster

The Scots become dominant in the north.

77. The Ulster Expedition of 1644

Castlehaven’s failed offensive.

78. MacColla And Montrose In Scotland

The Irish cross the sea.

79. The Siege Of Duncannon (1645)

Preston comes back.

80. Inverlochy And The Irish.

The Irish advance in Scotland.

81. Castlehaven Reduces Munster

The Confederates assault Inchiquin.

82. The “Siege” Of Youghal

Castlehaven’s meek ending to the Munster campaign.

83. The Irish And The “Annus Mirabilis”

MacColla and Montrose achieve their zenith.

84. Rinuccini, Glamorgan And Coote In Sligo

The Papacy gets involved.

85. Philiphaugh And The End Of The Irish In Scotland

Montrose defeated.

86. Spring 1646

A prelude to decision.

87. Benburb

Decision.

88. Bunratty And Roscommon

The Confederate victories continue.

89. Rinuccini’s Coup

The Nuncio takes control.

90. The Dublin Campaign Of 1646

The Nuncio loses his grip.

91. Parliament In Retreat, Royalists On The Rise

A shift in factions.

92. Dungan’s Hill

The end of the Leinster Army.

93. Inchiquin’s Advance And The Sack Of Cashel

Changes in Munster.

94. Knocknanuss

The end of Taafe’s army.

95. The Five Factions in 1648

Things get complicated.

96. The Confederate Strife And The End Of Monro

Factions torn apart.

97. Early Departures In 1649

A few players leave the stage.

98. The 1649 Siege Of Londonderry

Parliamentarians hard pressed in the north.

99. The Royalist Summer Offensive Of 1649

Ormonde marches on Dublin.

100. Rathmines

A terrible blow outside Dublin.

The Eleven Year Wars – The Cromwellian Conquest

101. Death At Drogheda

Cromwell marks his arrival.

102. The Sack Of Wexford

Cromwell continues as he means to go on.

103. The Fall Of Ulster And O’Neill

Things collapse in the north.

104. New Ross, Arklow And Duncannon (1649)

The Waterford campaign begins.

105. Carrick-on-Suir And Waterford

The Waterford campaign ends.

106. War Aims And Plans In 1650

Both sides take stock.

107. Cromwell’s Winter Offensive

The Parliamentarians role on.

108. The Siege Of Kilkenny

The Confederate capital falls.

109. Clonmel

Cromwell suffers in Tipperary.

110. Scarrifholis

The Ulster Army destroyed.

111. The Siege/Battle Of Tecroghan

Clanrickarde sallies out.

112. The Fall Of Waterford

A few months on, no more mistakes.

113. The Siege Of Charlemont

The end in Ulster.

114. The Bishops Coup

The Royalists in disarray.

115. Ireton’s Autumn Offensive

The first attack on the Shannon.

116. Meelick Island

The end of the Connacht Army.

117. A Leadership Change, Foreign Negotiations And Aims For The New Year

1650 comes to a close.

118. Ireton’s New Plan And The Fall Of Athlone

The second attack on the Shannon.

119. Ireton Crosses The Shannon

The last line breached.

120. Knocknaclashy

The effort to save Limerick.

121. The 1651 Siege Of Limerick

The endgame in progress.

122. The Fall Of Galway

The end of the conventional war.

123. The Tory Struggle

The guerilla war intensifies.

124. Devastation And Surrenders

The end of the larger conflict.

125. The Protectorate And Resistance

The struggle continues.

126. The Restoration Coups

The return of the King.

127. A Summary Of The Eleven Year Wars

Finishing things up.

128. Thomas Blood

First stop off in the inter-war period.

129. The Popish Plot

Anti-Catholic hysteria hits Ireland

The War Of The Two Kings

130. The Glorious Revolution

The road to a new war.

131. Apprentice Boys And Closing Gates

Some hard truths and obvious myths.

132. The First Jacobite Campaign

The Catholics march north.

133. Robert Lundy

Traitor or incompetent?

134. The 1689 Siege Of Londonderry

The war comes to a head.

135. The Relief Of Londonderry

Kirke to the rescue, eventually.

136. Enniskilliners

The war heats up to the south.

137. Bantry Bay

French and English navies clash off Cork.

138. Newtownbutler

The Williamites take the advantage.

139. Schomburg’s Campaign

The Williamites try for a knock-out blow.

140. Sarsfield At Sligo

The war continues in the west.

141. Cavan And Charlemont, 1690

The border war continues.

142. William’s Arrival

The road to the Boyne.

143. The Boyne

A day of days.

144. James’ Flight And The 1690 Siege Of Athlone

Jacobite failure and success.

145. The Williamite Advance

William’s unstoppable march.

146. Sarsfield’s Ride

The Jacobites strike back.

147. The 1690 Siege Of Limerick

A very important last stand.

148. Marlborough At Cork

John Churchill comes to Ireland.

149. Marlborough At Kinsale

Churchill keeps going.

150. Winter Operations And Aims In 1691

Deep breaths before storms.

151. Ginkel Attacks The Shannon

Things hang in the balance.

152. The Fall Of Athlone

The balance shifts.

153. Aughrim

The decisive battle.

154. The Jacobite Collapse

Falling back.

155. The 1691 Siege Of Limerick

The last fight.

156. Wild Geese And Broken Treaties

The end of Ireland’s bloody century.

157. A Summary Of The War Of The Two Kings

Looking back.

Wild Geese And the 18th Century

158: The Long Peace Of The 18th Century

The 1700’s begin.

159: The Early Days Of The Irish Brigade

The Irish fighting for Louis XIV.

160. The Irish Brigade Of Spain

The Irish fighting for Madrid.

161. The Jacobite “Fifteen” And “Nineteen”

The Stuarts try again.

162. The Irish At Fontenoy

The Irish Brigade saves the day.

163: The Jacobite ’45

The Stuarts try again again.

164. The ’45 Collapses

The invasion south goes wrong.

165. Culloden

The end of the ’45.

166. The Irish In The Seven Years War

France and Britain go at it again.

167. The French At Carrickfergus

A very brief invasion.

168. The Royal Irish Regiment

Green in red coats.

169. The American Revolution

The Irish in arms cross the Atlantic.

170. Whiteboys And Hearts Of Oak

Meanwhile, back in Ireland…

171. Peep O’ Day Boys, Defenders And The Diamond

Sectarian troubles escalate.

172. The Volunteers

Militia groups get political.

173. The End Of The French Irish Brigade

“Toutes les bonnes choses ont une fin”

174. The Irish Against Napoleon

Forty shillings on the drum, etc.

175. Napoleon’s Irish Legion

Vive L’emperor

176. Waterloo

I was defeated, you won the war…

1798

177. The United Irishmen

A new rebellion in the works.

178. The Expedition d’Irelande

The French try Bantry Bay again.

179. The Road To 1798

Things begin to fall apart.

180. Informers, Generals And Triangles

The British bite back.

181. The Last Days Before Rebellion

Going for broke, in the face of certain destruction.

182. May 24th

The rebellion begins.

183. The Rebellion Spreads

Like a wildfire.

184. Wexford Rises

From small beginnings…

185. Tara Hill

The end in Meath.

186. The Fall Of Enniscorthy

The fire spreads.

187. The Pushback In Kildare

Surrenders and slaughters.

188. The Republic Of Wexford

The rebel zenith.

189. Antrim

The North rises.

190. New Ross

Disaster in the south-east.

191. The Attack On Arklow

Things turn against the rebels.

192. Ballynahinch And The End In Ulster

The North sits back down.

193. The View From London

Pitt decides what to do next.

194. Ovidstown And Foulksmills

Mopping up.

195. Vinegar Hill

The Wexford Republic crushed.

196. Leaving Wexford

The last gasp.

197. Clonard And The End

It was good while it lasted.

198. The Year Of The French

Humbert starts things up again.

199. The Races Of Castlebar

“Run away! Run away!”

200. Ballinamuck

The end on land.

201. Tory Island

The end at sea.

202. Guerrilla Days After 1798

Things stumble onward.

203. Robert Emmet’s Riot

The last gasp.

204. The Australian Vinegar Hill

Another end, far away.

205. A Summary Of The 1798 Rebellion

Looking back.

The Long 19th Century – Beginnings

206. Ribbonmen

An interim begins.

207. John Devereux’s Irish Legion

Incompetence in the New World.

208. Emancipation And Tithes

The wheel keeps turning.

209. Mercenaries In Brazil

More incompetence in the New World.

210. The Tithe War

Catholic resistance intensifies.

211. The Monster Meetings

O’Connell’s zenith.

212. Young Irelanders And Great Famines

Things get in the way.

213. The Young Irelander Rebellion

Sort of.

214. Dolly’s Brae

Marching and massacres.

215. St Patrick’s Battalion

One man’s hero…

216. The Crimea

Their’s not to reason why, etc.

The Long 19th Century – 1867 And After

217. Fenians

Here we go again.

218. For The Union

Mine eyes have seen the glory…

219. For The Confederacy

I wish I was in Dixie…

220. The Fenians Prepare

I’m sure this will turn out flawlessly.

221. The 1867 Rebellion

It didn’t.

222. 1867 In Britain

It continues to not turn out flawlessly.

223. The First Fenian Raid

The American’s turn.

224. The Battle Of Ridgeway

A Fenian success story.

225. Fort Erie

Two successes!

226. The Pigeon Hill Raid

And a failure.

227. Eccles Hill And Trout River

And a few more failures.

228. The Last Raid On Canada

One last failure.

229. The Catalpa Resuce

Enter Clan na Gael.

The Long 19th Century – Politics And Murder

230. A New Departure

Home Rule steps it up.

231. The Land War

About time for more agrarian violence.

232. The Phoenix Park Murders

Assassination.

233. The Dynamite Campaign

Kaboom.

234. The Fenian Ram

I like to be, under the sea…

235. The Plan Of Campaign And Parnell’s Fall

The Land War trundles on.

236. The Royal Irish Regiment In The 19th Century

Welcome back!

237. The Indian Revolt

Hail Britannia.

238. The Childers Reforms

Well, I find it fascinating anyway.

The Long 19th Century – The Boer War

239. The Road To The Boer War

It’ll be over by Christmas.

240. The Boer Invasion

It won’t be over by Christmas.

241. Black Week

It definitely won’t be over by Christmas.

242. The Tugela Heights

Let’s try this again shall we?

243. Reddersburg

Guerilla’s in the mist.

244. The Yeomanry At Lindley

The Irish Hunt in South Africa.

245. The End Of The Boer War

Not terribly exciting.

246. The Irish Commandos

It was Ireland’s war too.

247. The Boer War In Ireland

Riots and elections.

The Long 19th Century – The Volunteer Crisis

248. The Gaelic Revival And The IRB

League’s, the GAA and the “Organisation”.

249. Home Rule And Volunteers

Things heat up over self-government.

250. The 1913 Lockout And The Irish Citizen Army

Workers rights and workers militias.

251. The Curragh Mutiny

The Army isn’t interested in Home Rule.

252. Gun-Runnings

Larne and Howth.

253. Redmond’s Volunteer Takeover

“All mine, muhahahaha”

254. The Civil War That Wasn’t

It really wasn’t.

The First World War

255. The First World War Begins

“It’s a long way to Tipperary, it’s a long way to go…”

256. Mons

And we’re off.

257. The Great Retreat

Going backwards.

258. To The Trenches

Going downwards.

259. Second Ypres, Second Artois

Going nowhere.

260. The Gallipoli Landings

And the band played Waltzing Matilda…

261. The Gallipoli Debacle 

Not so sick.

262. Loos

And again.

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