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Ireland’s Wars: 1920 In Belfast

It is a somewhat curious thing that we have rarely touched on the city of Belfast, the second biggest urban centre on the island of Ireland, but odds are we will be discussing it a lot more as we continue … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Wars: The Rising In Ulster

It is fair to say that the northern nine counties of Ireland frequently get a raw deal when it comes to the remembrance of the Irish revolutionary period, to the extent that you may be forgiven for thinking that nothing … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Wars: The Fall Of Ulster And O’Neill

While Cromwell and the majority of the New Model Army was busy trying to subjugate the south-east of the country, and doing a pretty good job of it by the middle of October, the rest of the Parliamentarian force was … Continue reading

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