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Revolutionary Remembrance: Their Mutiny

So, this past week a hundred years ago saw what we call the “Curragh Incident” or “Mutiny” if you want to be just a little bit more inflammatory (and I do). I’m not sure how you really do some proper … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Remembrance: Ireland’s Forgotten War

The other day my attention was called to this BBC article, “Germany’s Forgotten War”, discussing German remembrance of the First World War, which the author notes as being less engaged than that of the British and other nations. The reasons … 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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