Tag Archives: 1913

Ireland’s Wars: The 1913 Lockout And The Irish Citizen Army

Hey, we’ve hit 250 main entries. As always, all views, comments and subscriptions are appreciated. – NFB The socialist element to the Irish revolutionary period is one that has been oft neglected and ignored in subsequent historical study of the … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Remembrance: November 1913

November is coming to an end, and with it a look back, one hundred years, to a month that seemed to herald a coming storm. Think on it. In Dublin, a workers dispute with employers had turned increasingly violent, and … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Remembrance: The Volunteer War

The anniversary of the founding of the Ulster Volunteer Force passed most of Ireland by without much notice. As previously stated here, the almost deliberate ignoring of the Protestant side of the Irish revolution, even when much of what followed … Continue reading

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Defining the Irish Revolutionary Period

Those who read this blog will often hear me talk about the “Irish revolutionary period”. As is typical, I often write those words without actually explaining what they are, ignorant of readers outside of Ireland who may not quite know … Continue reading

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