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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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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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