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WWI, EASTER RISING, IRISH CIVIL WAR
1914-1923

 
Date posted
The guerrilla celebrity: Sunday Independent, February 5, 2017
Mar. 26
James Joyce and the Easter Rising – the first revisionist: The Irish Times
Mar. 26
"The Quiet Man" star Arthur Shields fought in the GPO during the Easter Rising: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 24
Putting the language of Pearse in context – Blood Sacrifice and 1916: Irish Independent
Jan. 24
Folly of 'this false martyrdom' – Geldof criticises Easter Rising leaders for using tactics similar to those of jihadi suicide bombers: Daily Mail
Jan. 24
US fundraiser for Thomas Clarke statue soon to be unveiled in Dungannon: Mid Ulster Mail
Jan. 24
Easter Rising 1916 – How Winifred Carney became James Connolly's confidante: BBC
Jan. 24
1916 Centenary – The Olympic Games tied in with the road to the Rising: Irish Examiner
Jan. 24
Chronicle Covers – When Ireland grasped freedom at last: San Francisco Chronicle
Dec. 27
Diarmaid Ferriter – The 1916 prisoners released on Christmas Eve: The Irish Times
Dec. 27
Ulsterman's harrowing Great War diary revealed 100 years on: The News Letter
Dec. 27
Real tragedy of Somme is we may never know just how many died: Belfast Telegraph
Dec. 27
French honour Irish dead with gift to Irish people: Irish Independent
Dec. 27
The night Stephen Gwynn MP nearly lost his pants: Galway Advertiser
Dec. 19
The forgotten story of Irish footballer Barney Donaghey, killed in WWI's Battle of the Somme: Irish Post
Dec. 19
Capuchins claim 1916 Pearse letter taken without consent: The Irish Times
Dec. 19
Beyond the Call of Duty – An Irishman's Diary about Dr George Mahony and the 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Dec. 19
Bloody Sunday victim Daniel Carroll finally gets a headstone: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
Archbishop Eamon Martin urged to support honour for WWI priest: Irish News
Dec. 9
Shakespearean Rising – Pearse's love of the bard: Irish Independent
Nov. 25
Tom Kettle – Tributes in London and Dublin to MP killed at Somme: BBC
Nov. 25
Tom Kettle and the 'foolish dead' who perished in foreign wars: The Irish Times
Nov. 25
The night German war planes bombed Dublin: Irish Examiner
Nov. 25
British Pathé brings colour to Irish revolution: The Irish Times
Nov. 14
Swan song for Terence MacSwiney – one of Cork's revolutionary heroes: Irish Examiner
Nov. 14
Allied commander's tribute to Irish in first World War recalled: The Irish Times
Nov. 14
Tower of London poppy to be presented to County Cavan church: BBC
Nov. 14
Mícheál Walsh, patriot: Galway Advertiser
Oct. 23
Under Which Flag – a play written by James Connolly: Cedar Lounge Revolution
Oct. 23
Belfast man Robinson – the real hero of Soleheadbeg: Belfast Media
Oct. 23
New film tells moving story of WW1 soldiers' island on Lough Erne: The News Letter
Oct. 18
Easter Rising – Courts martial records of 1916 leaders online: Irish News
Oct. 11
Patrick Pearse surrender letter goes on public display: The Irish Times
Oct. 11
Roger Casement – gay Irish martyr or victim of a British forgery?: The Guardian
Oct. 11
Casement's road to Banna Strand: Irish Echo
Oct. 11
How the Rising in Cork became a family affair: Irish Examiner
Oct. 11
Irish Guards remembered at Centenary Wood: The News Letter
Oct. 11
Incredible WWI story of Catholic and Protestant from same street: The News Letter
Oct. 1
Westmeath soldier who won Victoria Cross in 1914 remembered: The Irish Times
Oct. 1
What to make of a gay 1916 icon? Roger Casement's heroic status was denied: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Oct. 1
Churchill death the spark for Casement reinterment: Belfast Media
Aug. 29
Cork Spy Files – UCC project throws new light on 'spy' killings during War of Independence: Irish Examiner
Aug. 29
Bloody Sunday – Woman (95) marks grave of father she never knew: The Irish Times
Aug. 29
Belfast family with connections to Rising prepare to release archives: Irish News
Aug. 29
Maj Gen Oliver Nugent – The suspect unionist: The Irish Times
Aug. 29
'Ireland in 1916 was not poor, oppressed or downtrodden': The News Letter
Aug. 22
In Ireland, Chasing the Ghost of the Rebel Roger Casement: New York Times
Aug. 22
Roger Casement commemorations – State ceremony recalls 'complex' character: Irish Examiner
Aug. 22
Dan Turley, a 1916 veteran shot by the IRA?: The Treason Felony Blog
Aug. 22
Geraldine Plunkett and Tom Dillon: Galway Advertiser
Aug. 4
Local connection to Irish Easter Rising: Kootenay News Advertiser
Aug. 4
Somme Story – The last letters of Thomas Gordon Fitzpatrick: RTE
Aug. 4
'Heroic dead of Ireland' recalled at Somme commemoration: The Irish Times
Aug. 4
Appeal to State to secure medal awarded for Antarctic rescue: The Irish Times
Aug. 4
'Have you news of my boy Jack?': Galway Advertiser
Aug. 3
Cards commemorating WWI shared history: Londonderry Sentinel
Aug. 3
Big Jim and Black Tom – An Irishman's Diary about an attack on America in 1916: The Irish Times
Aug. 1
'Highly sexualised' Roger Casement dance show sparks outrage in Kerry: Irish Examiner
Aug. 1
California framing – An Irishman's Diary on Tom Mooney and the San Francisco bombing: The Irish Times
Aug. 1
Phoenix Park Magazine Fort opens to the public: The Irish Times
Aug. 1
British feared Irish takeover of Australia in 1916: The Irish Times
Jul. 18
Black Friday – The day nationalists voted for Partition: Irish News
Jul. 18
How Unionist politician saved 1916 rebel Sean McEntee from firing squad: Irish News
Jul. 18
Ireland and the Somme – How a battle united an island divided: BBC
Jul. 18
East Belfast memorial stone planned for Ulster WWI VC hero: The News Letter
Jul. 18
Salonika – a strange sideshow to the first World War: The Irish Times
Jul. 18
Painting "slashed" by IRA during the Civil War restored and up for auction: The Irish Times
Jul. 18
Paul Muldoon – 'Pearse and his fellow rebels were not terrorists': The Irish Times
Jun. 21
1916 – Looters turned anything they could into weapons on O'Connell Street: Irish Examiner
Jun. 21
Francis Sheehy-Skeffington – 'Open Letter to Thomas MacDonagh': The Irish Times
Jun. 21
General Maxwell 'didn't like' ordering the execution of Easter Rising leaders: Irish Mirror
Jun. 21
The Easter Rising and the Soviet Union – an untold chapter in Ireland's great rebellion: Open Democracy
Jun. 21
Diarmaid Ferriter – why the Rising matters: The Irish Times
Jun. 21
West Cork memorial to honour men killed in First World War: Irish Examiner
Jun. 21
'CSI 1916' – how Rising martyr Thomas Kent mystery was solved: The Irish Times
Jun. 5
From 'bullet books' to Seán O'Casey watercolours – A different look at the Easter Rising: TheJournal.ie
Jun. 5
Battle of Jutland – Belfast commemorates 1500 Irish sailors killed in World War One: BBC
Jun. 5
Diary written by teenage soldier killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme that reveals the horrors of war to be displayed to mark its centenary: Daily Mail
May 29
Thomas Michael Kettle – an enduring legacy: The Irish Times
May 29
Orange Order turns out to remember the centenary of the Battle of the Somme: Belfast Telegraph
May 29
Historic police records showing Connolly and Larkin arrests found in skip: Irish Independent
May 29
Service at Glasnevin Cemetery remembers child victims of 1916: The Irish Times
May 29
Over Here – Researching U.S. Military in Ireland during World War One: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 29
Commoner Tom Crean's heroism went almost unnoticed: Irish Examiner
May 29
This letter explains Tom Barry's absence at 50th anniversary of Easter Rising: Irish Examiner
May 21
Three key Easter Rising figures were not given medal, files reveal: Belfast Telegraph
May 21
Easter Rising – Copy of Irish proclamation sold for 150,000 euros: BBC
May 21
A Celebration in Song and Dance of Ireland's Independence and Culture: New York Times
May 21
'There Has Been Too Much Dying for Ireland and Not Enough Living': Huffington Post
May 21
Chris Dooley – John Redmond's legacy should be studied not distorted: The Irish Times
May 21
Lusitania victim finally remembered – 101 years later: The Irish Times
May 21
Seattle salutes 'Women of the Rising': Irish Echo
May 18
Two 1916 Rising families reconcile: Irish Independent
May 18
Ceremony marks 100 years since Kent execution: RTE
May 18
Loss of James Connolly 'incalculable' to Irish socialism – historian: The Irish Times
May 18
TSS Helga II: History Ireland
May 18
Rebel Eoin MacNeill gave last coin to singer en route to prison: Irish Examiner
May 5
Patrick Pearse – Nature lover and warmonger: The Irish Times
May 5
'Exiled children' in America celebrate 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
May 5
How Toronto Reacted to the Dublin Easter Rising 100 Years Ago: Torontoist
May 5
Bridge in Co Cork renamed in honour of Thomas Kent: The Irish Times
May 5
Songwriter assembles NYC cultural festival to celebrate Ireland's Easter Rising 100th anniversary: New York Daily News
May 5
Clare stonemasons were commissioned to design this massive 1916 memorial in New York: TheJournal.ie
May 5
Galbally barrister reveals 90 year-old mystery of American soldier's grave: Tyrone Times
May 5
British army records on 1916 Rising available to public: Irish Examiner
Apr. 21
Appropriate to recall US supporters of 1916, says Chief Justice: The Irish Times
Apr. 21
An Irishman's Diary on Peter Macken and the 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Apr. 21
Padraig Pearse's brother had different dreams of being remembered: Irish Examiner
Apr. 21
'Joseph Plunkett's wedding wasn't romantic, it was sordid': Irish Independent
Apr. 21
Picture of Thomas Clarke as baby withdrawn from sale: The Irish Times
Apr. 21
Honouring Carrickfergus men who never left Flanders: Irish News
Apr. 21
Brian Muphy: Germany's aid – and the bravery of its naval officers – must be remembered in our accounts of Easter 1916: Irish Independent
Apr. 9
Eyewitness 1916 – Pittsburgh Irish-Americans tilt toward Germany: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 27, 2016
Apr. 9
The Irishmen who fought in the Rising, but for the British: Irish Examiner
Apr. 9
Nordic Rebels – The Swede and Finn who fought in the GPO, 1916: TheJournal.ie
Apr. 9
Tim Pat Coogan: Kathleen Clarke – Having lost her husband and brother, she remained staunch and unbroken: Irish Independent
Apr. 9
Children of the Revolution: Galway Advertiser, March 30, 2016
Apr. 9
After I am hanged my portrait will be interesting: London Review of Books
Apr. 9
Easter Rising 1916 – Eoin MacNéill, the rebellion's forgotten man?: BBC
Apr. 3
Easter Rising 1916 – Grand niece's mission to have Constable Charles McGee remembered: BBC
Apr. 3
The rebel Scots woman wounded in the Easter Rising: BBC
Apr. 3
How Dev escaped execution in 1916: Irish Independent
Apr. 3
Eamon O Cuiv opens up about the life of his grandfather Eamon de Valera: Irish Mirror
Apr. 3
One Million Dubliners – 'Late historian Shane's grave is almost as popular now as Michael Colllins': Irish Independent
Apr. 3
Quiet Man – The Irish Freedom Fighter and the Immigrant: NJ.com
Apr. 3
It's time Dublin honoured the man who made the Rising happen – Tom Clarke: Irish Independent
Mar. 27
An Irishman's Diary on a rebel on roller-skates, Joseph Mary Plunkett: The Irish Times
Mar. 27
How capital's priests braved gunfire in 1916: Irish Independent
Mar. 27
From maths teacher to rebel – the 'forgotten' Scots female sniper of the Easter Rising: The Herald
Mar. 27
Éamon de Valera nearly became UCC professor before the Easter Rising: Irish Examiner
Mar. 27
Abbey hopes 1916 programme will Wake nation: Irish Independent
Mar. 27
The Sisterhood of the Easter Rising: New York Times
Mar. 20
Thomas MacDonagh – one of the most fascinating characters behind the Rising: The Irish Times
Mar. 20
The Easter Rising, and a tale of two friends torn apart by war: The Guardian
Mar. 20
Patrick Bury – How the rebels could have won in 1916: The Irish Times
Mar. 20
Bagpipes of murdered Tomás MacCurtain to be played at ceremony honouring his role in 1916 Rising: Irish Examiner
Mar. 20
Riots to revisionism – how celebrating 1916 has divided Ireland over the past century: Herald.ie
Mar. 20
Dublin City Council defends College Green 1916 banner: The Irish Times
Mar. 20
Easter Rising dead to be commemorated at April service: The Irish Times
Mar. 13
The portrait of James Connolly in the California State Capitol: Irish Echo
Mar. 13
Eyewitness account of the Easter Rising published for the first time: The Irish Times
Mar. 13
Murphy fought at Boland's Mill and was adviser to de Valera: Herald.ie
Mar. 13
The Story of the Tricolour from Jacob's Factory: Irish Independent
Mar. 13
Thomas ('Boer Tom') Byrne was born in Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan in 1877: Herald.ie
Mar. 13
Cambridge conference puts Rising in historical, global context: The Irish Times
Mar. 13
Longread – Arthur Griffith, Sinn Féin & 1916: Irish Independent
Mar. 13
How Americans pushed the Irish to war: Boston Globe
Mar. 13
Diarmaid Ferriter – The 1916 proclamation has many uses and misuses: The Irish Times
Mar. 13
The original Michael O'Leary, fighting man and propaganda gift: The Irish Times, January 31, 2015
Mar. 4
Story retold of Irish war horses: Belfast Telegraph, January 14, 2015
Mar. 4
GPO Proclamation hid 11 British army recruitment posters: The Irish Times
Mar. 3
New animated film on 1916 tells of 14-year-old soldier in Michael Collins' assassination unit: Irish Examiner
Mar. 3
Diarmaid Ferriter – New efforts to dramatise and document 1916 disappoint: The Irish Times
Mar. 3
Joe Lee – If all went to plan, what sort of Rising might it have been?: Irish Examiner
Mar. 3
'Orange and Green – Derry and the First World War': Derry Journal
Mar. 3
Minister disappointed with lack of support for Rising monument: RTE, November 25, 2014
Mar. 2
The man with a First World War trench in his garden: Wexford People, December 11, 2014
Mar. 2
Rare Easter Rising photos show Dublin in rubble: BBC
17 Feb 16
The polite rebels who visited Dublin suburbia: Irish Examiner
17 Feb 16
Murphy, the Rising and a troubled legacy: Sunday Independent
17 Feb 16
'Hairy Jaysus'- the 1916 pacifist who was killed in cold blood: Herald.ie
17 Feb 16
Seán Farren – Unionist rebellion holds the key to the Rising: The Irish Times
17 Feb 16
1916 – Ireland and the Challenge of the Cultural Revolution: Irish Examiner
17 Feb 16
Lady Gregory's political dilemmas offer lessons for today: The Irish Times, December 27, 2014
1 Feb 16
An Irishman's Diary – 'A dreadful night of carnage' – the Munster Fusiliers in December 1914: The Irish Times, December 22, 2014
1 Feb 16
Ulster says go – the forgotten exodus of Northern nationalists: The Irish Times, June 17, 2015
1 Feb 16
Michael Harding – I suspect Patrick Pearse lived his life on the edge of sorrow: The Irish Times
Jan. 25
What saved Dev from firing squad?: Sunday Independent
Jan. 25
The 1916 Easter Rising As A Catholic Rebellion: The Pensive Quill
Jan. 25
War of Independence veteran made State claim for cruise: The Irish Times
Jan. 25
'Fighting was fierce indeed, with casualties heavy among the British': Herald.ie
Jan. 25
Connolly's U.S. life to feature in Ireland's oldest private library: Irish Echo
Jan. 24
The story of 1916's band of brothers: Irish Independent
Jan. 24
British propaganda on Tom Barry 'given too much credence': The Irish Times
Jan. 24
'Why the Easter Rising is such a significant event': JudeCollins.com
Jan. 24
Broad support for 1916 Rising events plan, poll shows: The Irish Times, November 30, 2015
Jan. 24
Three brothers fought in same WWI campaign... only one came home: The News Letter
Jan. 24
A walk through history – the horrific tale of a Mayo villages death during the Great Famine: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 24
Medical marvels of Ireland – Duelling doctors to bravery during Great War: Belfast Telegraph
Jan. 24
John Bruton – Independence in principle was won in 1914: Sunday Independent
Jan. 20
An Irishman's Diary on John McGahern and 1916: The Irish Times
Jan. 20
Paddy Clancy – 1916 heroes will turn in their graves at Easter 2016: Irish Mirror
Jan. 20
Dublin's National Library exhibition tells Irish World War One stories: BBC
Jan. 20
Six days at Easter, 1916: Irish Independent
Jan. 11
Pádraig Pearse's overtly Catholic Rising was immoral and anti-democratic: The Irish Times
Jan. 11
What would the women of 1916 think of us now?: Sunday Independent
Jan. 11
Derry and the bid for the IRA pension in the 1930s: Derry Journal
Jan. 11
Rising centenary project at risk in row over museum name: The Irish Times
Jan. 11
Rebellion's English rose slams Britain's actions as 'appalling': Sunday Independent
Jan. 11
One of 50 surviving copies of 1916 Proclamation nets £300,000: The Irish Times
DATE
Serving British soldier 'given leave' to fight with rebels: Irish News
DATE
How Pearse, Clarke and Co wrote wrongs into Ireland's history: Sunday Independent
DATE
RIC logbook casts light on War of Independence: Irish News
DATE
The Rising erupts: Irish Independent
DATE
Descendants of Irish sailors in First World War sought to mark Battle of Jutland: Belfast Telegraph
DATE
Just War – No: Irish Catholic
Jan. 3
Griffith – a working-class hero in the 1916 Rising: Sunday Independent
Jan. 3
These haunting portraits shed light on the 'strong and tough' women of the Rising: TheJournal.ie
Jan. 3
Rudyard Kipling's heartfelt tribute to the Irish Guards: Sunday Independent
Jan. 3
Building a bridge of peace to the future from a Christmas trench back in 1915: Irish Independent
Jan. 3
Devilled whitebait and mock turtle soup on menu for mock Shackleton centenary meal: The Irish Times
Jan. 3
An Irishman's Diary on the 10th (Irish) Division and Salonika: The Irish Times
Dec. 13
Recently released records provide insight into life during the Irish Civil War: Irish Examiner
Dec. 13
Cathal Brugha – A very complex patriot: Irish Independent
Dec. 13
Éamonn Ceannt – Gunman in the shadow: Irish Independent
Dec. 13
Wanted! Christopher Brady, the man who printed the document...: Irish Independent
Dec. 13
Éamonn Ceannt's last letter – 'I am calmly awaiting the end': The Irish Times
Dec. 9
British had intelligence to stop Easter Rising, says historian: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
Virtual world to bring Battle of Mount St Bridge back to life: Irish Examiner
Dec. 9
'Roy Foster, Dev and a daring challenge' by Donal Kennedy: JudeCollins.com
Dec. 9
Republicans 'dressed as priests' to avoid detection: Irish News
Dec. 9
Eoin MacNeill – UCD's scholar revolutionary: Irish Independent
Dec. 9
James Rowan – Bid to trace WW1 County Longford soldier's family fails: BBC
Dec. 9
Bulmer Hobson Hobson's choice: Irish Independent
Dec. 8
Pádraig Pearse – Preparing for the 'end times': The Irish Times
Dec. 8
Gravestone for Bloody Sunday Croke Park victim unveiled: RTE
Dec. 8
Guelph man endured brutal three years as PoW in First World War: Guelph Mercury
Dec. 8
Ryan Tubridy discovers ancestor's letter to Roger Casement: The Irish Times
Dec. 7
Michael Collins and the Bloody Sunday massacre, 95 years on today: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dec. 7
The World-Historical Significance Of The Easter Rising: The Pensive Quill
Dec. 7
The GAA and the Rising: Irish Independent
Dec. 7
Easter 1916 – A British soldier's family reunion and death in Dublin: The Irish Times
Dec. 7
How a graveside call to arms changed the fate of a nation: Irish Independent
Nov. 28
August 1st May Have Changed Ireland Forever: Irish America
Nov. 28
'The Irish Times' report on O'Donovan Rossa's funeral in 1915: The Irish Times
Nov. 28
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa – Family separate the man from the myth: Irish Examiner
Nov. 28
Poetry – Anglo-Irish IRB man with link to Secret Service: Sunday Independent
Nov. 28
Easter Rising monument effort rises on LI: New York Newsday
Nov. 27
Rubble, ruins and the grim aftermath of the 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Nov. 27
Thousands of Irish died at Gallipoli 100 years ago. We can't hide that.: Irish Examiner
Nov. 27
Minister pays tribute to relative who died at Gallipoli: The Irish Times
Nov. 27
An Irishwoman's Diary on a strange meeting near Ypres in 1915: The Irish Times
Nov. 27
Rebel without a pause – An Irishman's Diary about John Devoy: The Irish Times
Nov. 5
The O'Rahilly's poignant letter to wife as he lay dying on Moore St: Sunday Independent
Nov. 5
The rebel commander who founded a hospital: Irish Independent
Nov. 5
Grave of 1916 casualty marked: Irish Independent
Nov. 5
Bell made to honour British General's role in defeating 1916 Rising up for auction: Irish Independent
Nov. 5
It's time Dublin honoured the man who made the Rising happen – Tom Clarke: Irish Independent
Oct. 30
Pearse's 1915 letter to Commandant Eamon de Valera: Irish Independent
Oct. 30
Roger Casement made a 'fool of himself' – Kathleen Clarke: The Irish Times
Oct. 30
'Tom Kettle – a household name in Ireland?' by Donal Kennedy: JudeCollins.com
Oct. 30
Michael Collins – Love, hate, and the Big Fellow's public image: Irish Examiner
Oct. 17
Michael Collins was no trail-blazing feminist: The Irish Times
Oct. 17
An Irishman's Diary on first World War memorials: The Irish Times
Oct. 17
Tyrone parish priest gathered archive of murder secrets and the ghosts of war: Mid Ulster Mail
Oct. 12
Family of Thomas Kent speak of 'immense pride': The Irish Times
Oct. 12
A forgotten hero of 1916: Irish Independent, September 17, 2015
Oct. 12
New images of first World War shipwrecks in Irish Sea revealed: The Irish Times
Oct. 12
Trophy marking British 'victory' in 1916 for sale at Whyte's: The Irish Times
Oct. 7
Collins ambush site to be upgraded: Irish Examiner
Oct. 7
An Irishman's Diary on Rudyard Kipling's other island: The Irish Times
Oct. 7
Jeremy Corbyn announces memorial to Constance Markievicz: Newstalk.com
Oct. 5
Trinity rededicates Hall of Honour to first World War dead: The Irish Times
Oct. 5
Somme Centenary Commemoration Invitation: Irish World
Oct. 5
Thomas Kent's brother turned down by State for compensation: The Irish Times
Oct. 5
The valiant men of the Mendicity: Irish Independent
Oct. 4
Revealed – The west Belfast nationalists who fought for Britain in The Great War: Belfast Telegraph
Oct. 4
There was little appetite for soldiers in British uniforms: Leinster Express
Oct. 4
Thomas Kent state funeral – The policeman whose death led to the court-martial and execution of Thomas Kent: Irish Examiner
Sep. 17
Relative rows over Rising commemorations echo 1966 war of words: The Irish Times, November 22, 2015
Sep. 17
'Flags for Schools' launched as part of 1916 commemorations: The Irish Times
Sep. 17
End of battles which defined the days of Yeats, Maud Gonne and Sean MacBride: Irish Independent
Sep. 17
Maiden City Great War Roll of Honour Part 1: Londonderry Sentinel
Sep. 17
Thomas Kent's remains to lie in state at Collins Barracks: Irish Examiner
Sep. 2
New evidence reveals Michael Collins' true home: Irish Examiner
Sep. 2
There's a new musical about the 1916 Rising – and it's pretty slick: TheJournal.ie
Sep. 2
Documentary tells story of Limerick soviet that became global news in 1919: The Irish Times
Aug. 15
Author discovered family secret during Michael Collins research: Irish Examiner
Aug. 15
Different Irish experiences of first World War shown through lives of four people: The Irish Times
Aug. 15
The Catholic Church vs. the IRA Hunger Strikers of 1923: CounterPunch.org
Aug. 15
Attrition of first World War etched like scars into Flanders landscape: The Irish Times, October 23, 2014
Aug. 15
Commemoration nation – a chance to reflect on 1916: The Irish Times, March 21, 2015 (by Diarmaid Ferriter)
Aug. 15
Press played pivotal role in War of Independence: The Irish Times, November 15, 2014
Jul. 29
Answering the WWI call of battle: Irish Echo, September 3, 2014
Jul. 29
Irish nurse 'one of the men': The Irish Times, October 22, 2014
Jul. 29
Unseen WW1 photographs by Irish Rifleman uncovered: Daily Telegraph
Jul. 29
Irish doctor defends Haig: The Irish Times, October 22, 2014
Jul. 29
Peg Broderick-Nicholson and the War Of Independence: Galway Advertiser
Jul. 28
Photography exhibit remembers Irish in first World War: The Irish Times
Jul. 28
A first World War Christmas revealed in Irish priest's diary: The Irish Times, December 24, 2014
Jul. 28
An Irishman's Diary on a prophetic play by Terence MacSwiney: The Irish Times, November 12, 2014
Jul. 24
Commemoration for the first British MP to die in WW1: BBC, November 6, 2014
Jul. 24
Singer Chris De Burgh pays tribute to fallen Irish soldiers who lost their lives in World War One: Irish Independent, November 7, 2014
Jul. 24
Database of Irish-born Anzacs now online: Irish Echo (Australia), November 11, 2014
Jul. 24
New exhibition remembers rugby players who died in the WWI: The Irish Times, November 11, 2014
Jul. 24
Remembrance – Unionists pay their respects at Menin Gate ceremony: The News Letter, November 11, 2014
Jul. 24
World War One – Belfast soldiers' letters inspire short film: BBC, November 11, 2014
Jul. 24
"They are soldiers..." – Defence Forces WILL have guns during the Easter 2016 parade: TheJournal.ie
Jul. 23
Easter 1916 – 'They put their country first': The Irish Times
Jul. 23
Roamer – The search for six soldiers saved from certain death by Robert Quigg VC: The News Letter
Jul. 23
Edward Francis Hawe, a boy soldier of the Great War: The Irish Times, November 3, 2014
Jul. 9
Family history reveals drama and tragedy of First World War: Derry Journal, November 3, 2014
Jul. 9
Details emerge of mystery WWI soldier who designed cathedral artwork: Irish Post, November 6, 2014
Jul. 9
26 Ulster heroes honoured in restored film that tells story of WWI's first big sea battles: Belfast Telegraph, November 3, 2014
Jul. 9
Unknown Roger Casement letter of 1913 to be sold in Cape Town: The Irish Times
Jul. 8
Mac Diarmada was a top 'extremist' in 1915: Leitrim Observer
Jul. 8
Fr Ned Dowling's first World War diary describes Christmas 1914 truce: The Irish Times, December 27, 2014
Jun. 30
Charlie Flanagan – Why the Rising commemorations will be a global event: The Irish Times
Jun. 30
Thomas Kent's death must be central to 1916 commemorations: Irish Examiner
Jun. 30
An Irishman's Diary on Douglas Hyde and changes in the Gaelic League: The Irish Times
Jun. 30
The biographer who unwittingly made Michael Collins gay: Irish Examiner
Jun. 30
Exhumation at Cork Prison for Thomas Kent remains: Irish Examiner
Jun. 21
1916 leaders event 'diluted by politicians': Irish Independent
Jun. 3
WB Yeats – A terrible beauty is born: Irish Independent
Jun. 3
'Hopelessly inaccurate' record of Irish WWI dead criticised: The Irish Times
Jun. 3
After 100 years, peace and a sad sort of understanding descends on Gallipoli: Sunday Independent
May 15
Prince in tribute to Gallipoli dead: Belfast Telegraph
May 15
Among Lusitania victims, composer of first Irish opera: Boston Globe
May 15
On the counter-attack – The football British WW1 soldiers dribbled across No Man's Land to shock Germans as they advanced: Daily Mail, November 1, 2014
May 15
British soldier scandalised by 1918 Fermoy: The Irish Times
May 15
Collins in the frame for general's murder: Sunday Independent
May 15
Red flag – An Irishman's Diary on the Irish soviets: The Irish Times
May 15
Cobh re-enacts funeral of 145 'Lusitania' victims: The Irish Times
May 13
New clues on burial of Protestant victims of Civil War: Irish Examiner
May 13
GAA plans major 1916 event for Croke Park: Irish News
May 6
Lusitania owner – State thwarted efforts to answer key question about sinking: The Irish Times
May 6
Francis Ledwidge – Farm labourer to war poet: The Irish Times
May 6
100 years after Gallipoli slaughter Ireland gives the stamp of approval to its 3,000 dead: Belfast Media
May 6
"Darling Mummie" the Easter Rising was an "awful tragedy": The Irish Times, November 1, 2014
Apr. 29
'My father never talked about 1916' – Maureen Haughey: Irish Independent
Apr. 29
Roamer – Postcard and poetry commemorate war on eve of centenary of Anzac: The News Letter
Apr. 29
Higgins notes 'silence' that hung over Gallipoli dead: The Irish Times
Apr. 24
Labour junior minister – 'My family has a relative lying in Gallipoli': The Irish Times
Apr. 24
Silence on Irish Gallipoli heroes finally ends: Sunday Independent
Apr. 24
Anzac Cove landing defines Irish memory of Gallipoli: The Irish Times
Apr. 24
Irish soldiers who died in Battle of Gallipoli to be honoured in Coventry: Irish Post
Apr. 24
Easter Rising – The Rebellion That Started Ireland's Bloody War For Independence: International Business Times
Dennis Lynch

A warrior for peace – An Irishman's Diary about Frank Sheehy-Skeffington: The Irish Times
Apr. 24
Diary reveals Temple Street hospital's part in 1916 Rising: The Irish Times, October 28, 2014
Apr. 20
New project hopes to find out how many Irishmen died in the first World War: The Irish Times
Apr. 20
'For God and Ulster ... No surrender': The Irish Times, October 22, 2014
Apr. 20
WWI Victoria Cross recipient may have mental illness to thank for bravery, WA historian says: ABC.net.au, October 26, 2014
Apr. 20
A brave but hopeless battle: The Irish Times, October 22, 2014
Apr. 20
Dublin lost its time zone – and 25 minutes – after 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Apr. 20
Easter 1916 – A Defining Moment: Irish Post
Apr. 19
O'Donovan Rossa funeral re-enactment to mark centenary of death: The Irish Times
Apr. 19
O'Donovan Rossa casket to be restored and put on display: The Irish Times
Apr. 19
Flanders fallen commemorated on centenary: Irish Examiner
Apr. 19
Redmond ceremony at mausoleum: Wexford People, October 7, 2014
Apr. 19
The first World War – Too much to hope?: The Irish Times, October 22, 2014
Apr. 19
Notre Dame's $3 million dollar PBS series on Easter 1916 revealed: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Apr. 2
Sir Roger Casement helped to save First World War internees: BBC
Apr. 2
A little of the idealism of 1916 would go a long way to rekindling our sterile politics: Irish Independent (by Tim Pat Coogan)
Apr. 2
General who had Easter Rising leaders shot was 'able, level-headed and clear-sighted': The Irish Times
Mar. 20
Fr. Willie Doyle, SJ – Ireland's Forgotten Saint?: Catholic World Report
Mar. 20
War Numbers – Counting the Irish-born Dead in WWI: Irish America
Mar. 20
In pictures – Iconic images by WW1 chaplain rediscovered: The News Letter, February 17, 2015
Mar. 20
New research suggests 485 people were killed in the Easter Rising: The Irish Times
Mar. 15
Call for US contribution to 1916 to be acknowledged: Irish Examiner
Mar. 15
Gaels in Great War subject of research: Irish News, October 13, 2014
Mar. 15
Family archive captures daily impact of Great War: Irish Examiner
Mar. 15
Was the 1916 Rising morally justified?: The Irish Times, August 22, 2014
Mar. 7
Faces of the two young Belfast neighbours who died together on battlefield 100 years ago today: Belfast Telegraph
Mar. 7
A Tale of Two Soldiers Who Fought in the Great War: Toronto Star
Mar. 7
Lusitania Centenary – Shared history that lay buried for many years: Irish Examiner
Mar. 7
Hearts of stone in Ireland's civil war: The Irish Times
Mar. 7
Ireland home and away in World War I (part 2): Carlow Nationalist
Mar. 2
'I suppose we are for it tomorrow, if we don't get shelled on the way . . . if I should get bowled out – well it can't be helped': The Irish Times, August 6, 2014
Mar. 2
Vestment worn by priest in lost painting of Munster soldiers in war comes to light: The Irish Times
Mar. 2
FIFA to fund McCrum grave repairs: Irish Examiner
Mar. 2
Last surviving child of 1916 leader turns 101: The Irish Times
Mar. 2
An Irishman's Diary – The Iron 11, executed in France during the first World War: The Irish Times
Feb. 25
Six Irishmen executed in one day by the Germans during the first World War: The Irish Times
Feb. 25
Remembering Casement's patriotism, not his personal life: Irish Examiner
Feb. 25
Lusitania wreck owner slates Government over centenary dive: Irish Independent
Feb. 25
The Dublin Pals who set off for Gallipoli's killing fields: The Irish Times
Feb. 11
Ireland's Great War – Photos of Belfast soldiers marching to battle: BBC
Feb. 11
First World War centenary – Letters from the trenches reveal horror faced by our boys: Belfast Telegraph, August 4, 2014
Feb. 11
Descendants' relatives will be central to 1916 commemorations: Evening Herald (by Heather Humphreys)
Feb. 6
How Civil War foes became friends to the end: Irish Examiner
Feb. 6
Cobh commemoration for centenary of Lusitania tragedy: The Irish Times
Feb. 6
Great War research was a 'labour of love': Ballymena Times
Feb. 6
Irish Regiment celebrates 100 years: NorthernLife.ca
Feb. 6
James Connolly Heron: Centenary events must honour – not ignore – the golden generation of 1916: Evening Herald
Jan. 27
Tyrone's role in the 'Irish Revolution': Derry Journal
Jan. 27
Local historian seeks answers to perplexing question about the number of Irish war dead: The Irish Times, August 5, 2014
Jan. 27
Mystery surrounds location of haunting image of Irish soldiers in first World War: The Irish Times, August 4, 2014
Jan. 27
Centenary of WW1 brings back memories of my father: Evening Herald
Jan. 27
The Black and Tans in Ireland (part 1): Carlow Nationalist, July 8, 2014
Jan. 20
Remembering two great Irish patriots – 92 years after their deaths: Irish Independent, August 18, 2014
Jan. 20
Titanic priest was decorated war hero: Belfast Telegraph, July 28, 2014
Jan. 20
Francis Ledwidge was a road ganger from County Meath who joined the British army in World War I despite the fact that he was a Gaelic speaker, an ardent member of Sinn Féin, and would write a magnificent poem on Thomas McDonagh, one of the executed leaders of 1916 rebellion: Evening Herald
Jan. 20
Important to remember those who died in Great War: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial), July 26, 2014
Jan. 20
Derry War Memorial Records now online: Derry Journal, June 16, 2014
Jan. 18
New figures show almost 20,000 Irishmen fought for Canada in WW1: The Irish Times, August 1, 2014
Jan. 18
Family's pride for Ulster war hero with no grave – Edmund Gray died in No Man's Land rescuing wounded: Belfast Telegraph, June 5, 2014
Jan. 18
Commemorating 1916 – How miraculous that we should have our own country in our own hands: The Irish Times
Jan. 12
Lomas's 1916 diaries – a sanguine account of war: The Irish Times, August 2, 2014
Jan. 12
Ballads of boys – recalling two war poets who lived and died in parallel: The Irish Times, July 31, 2014
Jan. 12
Were your grandparents at O'Donovan Rossa's funeral?: The Irish Times
Jan. 10
Pat Flanagan on how history was washed away in Easter Rising video: Irish Mirror
Jan. 10
Forget royals and focus on tragic children of 1916: Evening Herald, April 27, 2014
Dec. 31
Great-grandson traces history of Great War brothers-in-arms: Sunday Independent, April 27, 2014
Dec. 31
Fr Ned Dowling's first World War diary describes Christmas 1914 truce: The Irish Times
Dec. 31
Back Then - At rest a long way from home: Belfast Telegraph, August 12, 2014
Dec. 31
Blast from the past as GPO dig unearths sorting office from 1916: Evening Herald
Dec. 27
We must not politicise 1916 for feel-good purposes of the present: The Irish Times (by Roy Foster)
Dec. 27
Settling old scores from 1916: Wexford People
Dec. 9
Family history quest helps reveal Ireland's WWI 'band of brothers': Irish Independent
Dec. 9
Historians to give lecture on 1922 Dunmanway killings: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
1916 Revisited: Los Angeles Review of Books, November 15, 2014
Dec. 6
1916, the poppy and Ulster Unionism - A More Rounded Memory in the Decade of Centenaries: Irish Left Review
Dec. 3
'1916 - When the legend becomes fact, print the legend?': Londonderry Sentinel
Dec. 6
Commemoration for 1920 Bloody Sunday victims: Irish News
Dec. 6
Galbally barrister solves mystery of WWI American soldier's grave: Tyrone Times
Dec. 6
File of 1916 veteran whose death changed Irish literature is released: The Irish Times, October 2, 2014
Dec. 3
Fresh and unfettered take on Easter Rising: Evening Herald
Dec. 3
Relatives of West Cork massacre victims seek help: Irish Examiner
Dec. 3
Two new stamps mark centenary of first World War: The Irish Times, July 24, 2014
Dec. 3
Blackpool suburb's soldiers of misfortune at WW1: Irish Examiner, April 20, 2014
Dec. 2
1916 Rising relatives welcome new memorial plan: Irish Independent, May 1, 2014
Dec. 2
Dead of first World War and Clontarf remembered at ceremony in Dublin: The Irish Times, July 14, 2014
Dec. 2
Headstone unveiled on Derry republican's grave: Derry Journal, April 22, 2014
Dec. 2
Moore Street impasse puts 1916 centenary in disaster zone: Evening Herald
Dec. 1
Centenary will breathe life into old Rising myths: Sunday Independent, May 11, 2014
Dec. 1
A war-time tragedy on two fronts - An Irishman's Diary about John and Margaret Naylor: The Irish Times, July 3, 2014
Dec. 1
Proud Gay's poignant journey of discovery: Evening Herald, April 14, 2014
Dec. 1
President shown tribute to brave Irish soldiers in prime location in Windsor Castle: Sunday World, April 9, 2014
Nov. 22
Mementos of 1921 Michael Collins visit to Albert Hall for auction: The Irish Times, October 28, 2014
Nov. 22
An Irishwoman's Diary on those who came home from the first World War: The Irish Times, June 24, 2014
Nov. 20
Padraig Pearse rejoiced in violence, says John Bruton: The Irish Times
Nov. 20
Scottish support for Irish independence in 1920's: Scotland on Sunday, June 29, 2014
Nov. 20
In brief - Casing out Casement: Irish Independent, January 3, 2014
Nov. 20
Irish in Australia 'were not shirkers' in first World War: The Irish Times
Oct. 24
Irishman who was 'Angel of Mons': The Irish Times
Oct. 24
Never-before-seen 1916 memorabilia on display: Evening Herald
Oct. 21
New details of gas attack on Irish born soldiers in 1916 emerge: The Irish Times, March 31, 2014
Oct. 21
Tipperary man's role in WW1 revealed in radio documentary: Irish Post
Oct. 21
Honouring Ireland's war dead – by counting them accurately at last: The Irish Times
Oct. 16
The GAA volunteers who fought in the Great War: The News Letter
Oct. 16
Flanders peace field project secures Unesco backing: The Irish Times
Oct. 16
Pension pot for IRA man in shadow of pogrom: Sunday Independent
Oct. 16
Up with the Republic, down with the ship: The Irish Times, Feb 22, 2014
Oct. 16
IRA plotted to kidnap Prince of Wales: Irish Independent
Oct. 4
Michael Collins and anti-Treaty side did deal to encourage trouble in North: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
Collins's 'killer' met him twice prior to Beal na Blath ambush: Irish Independent
Oct. 4
Five sisters of executed 1916 leader Seán Mac Diarmada received pensions: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
1914 - British Prime Minister Urges Irish to Enlist: New York Herald (Sep 27, 1914)
Oct. 4
Rededication for Irish soldiers buried in mass graves at Deansgrange Cemetery: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
Remembering TCD graduate who developed WWI vaccine: The Irish Times
Sep. 30
Stories of Great War soldiers from Northern Ireland to be commemorated: The News Letter
Sep. 30
Documentary reveals plight of Irish war horses: Irish Examiner
Sep. 30
The Limerick priests who served and died in the First World War: Limerick Post
Sep. 30
Pouring water on the flames of 'what if' history: The Irish Times
Sep. 30
Notre Dame and Easter 1916 series – A vital Irish American contribution: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Sep. 30
Marking the Home Rule Act of 1914: Irish Independent (Editorial)
Sep. 30
Why Pearse may not have read out the 1916 Proclamation at GPO after all: Irish Independent
Sep. 24
John Redmond belongs to Irish 'canon of heroes': The Irish Times
Sep. 24
Great War library book loans are up 124pc: Evening Herald
Sep. 24
War hero David Nelson who defied injury to repel enemy honoured in Monaghan: Belfast Telegraph
Sep. 9
Saturday marks 100 years since death of Westmeath VC Maurice Dease: Westmeath Examiner, August 20, 2014
Sep. 9
Irish/British engagement in the first World War was morally right: The Irish Times
Sep. 9
€200m to fund projects including commemoration of Easter Rising: Irish Independent
Sep. 4
Rare footage of Padraig Pearse to be shown in new film: The Irish Times
Sep. 4
Graveyard honour for Great War veterans: Evening Herald
Sep. 4
Service recalls rearguard stand by Royal Munster Fusiliers: The Irish Times
Sep. 2
Nationalist area's role in the First World War: Irish News
Sep. 2
Would Ireland have voted for independence in 1916?: Irish Catholic
Sep. 2
GPO centre 'will be built in time for anniversary': Irish Independent
Sep. 2
The enigma of Bulmer Hobson: Galway Advertiser, August 7, 2014
Sep. 2
The story of a WW1 hero who later joined the IRA: BBC
Aug. 27
The Benvarden Orangeman who rescued the Irish Nationalist MP: Ballymoney Times
Aug. 27
Jenkins - Ottawa's memories of war: Ottawa Citizen
Aug. 27
1916 Rising put stop to even weather readings: Irish Examiner
Aug. 27
Is this the only picture of James Connolly from the Easter Rising?: The Irish Times
Aug. 27
Band of brothers - One family's story of the first World War: The Irish Times
Rachel Collins

First World War centenary: VC hero McFadzean's 'death penny' brought back to Somme: Belfast Telegraph
Aug. 5
Public invited to co-create 1916 letters project: The Irish Times
Aug. 5
Irish Fighter pilot 'Mick' ruled the skies in ww1 with 61 kills: Evening Herald
Aug. 5
'Unity at home and strength abroad'. Britain prepares for WW1 by postponing Irish home rule: The Spectator

Irish bog moss was used to dress war WW1 wounds: Evening Herald
Aug. 5
The Irish Dames of Ypres: The Irish Times
Jul. 27
Cork Volunteers' Pipe Band Centenary Project: The Pensive Quill
Jul. 27
War graves in Belfast cemetery desecrated: RTE
Jul. 27
Past shouldn't come at price: Evening Herald, February 19, 2014 (Editorial)
Jul. 22
Irish independence owes an enduring debt to Scottish support: The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Scars and stigma - Unsung heroes who survived horrors of WWI remembered: Irish Independent
Jul. 13
An Irishman's Diary on Hubert Gough, an enigmatic general: The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Mrs. T.M. Kettle and the Irish Nationalist Veterans Association boycott of the 1919 British victory parade in Dublin: Cedar Lounge Revolution
Jul. 13
Irish killed fighting for Anzac forces remembered in ceremony: The Irish Times, April 25, 2014
Jul. 13
World War I memorials in Laois towns: Leinster Express
Jul. 7
Monument for Derry republican: Derry Journal, February 14, 2014
Jun. 29
Call to arms for 1916 relatives: The Irish Times
Jun. 24
Human tales bring home reality of Irish role in first World War: The Irish Times
Jun. 24
One in 10 Mullingar men died in WWI: Westmeath Examiner
Jun. 24
Irish first World War dead 'may be higher than claimed': The Irish Times
Jun. 16
To mother, from WWI: Irish News
Jun. 16
Great War cannons to be inaugurated: Tipperary Star
Jun. 11
The face of World War One comes to National Museum: Irish Independent
Jun. 11
Mapping Limerick's Great War dead 100 years on: Limerick Leader
Jun. 4
Ultimate sacrifice, communal memory - Long after World War I, appreciating Solvay's forgotten son: Syracuse Post-Standard
Jun. 4
Eamonn Corbett and 1916: Galway Advertiser
Jun. 4
The Princess Royal backs WW1 wood memorial plans: The News Letter
May 25
Unsung polar hero An Irishman's Diary about an afternoon in Tom Crean's pub: The Irish Times
May 25
Constable's death turned people against the rebels: Dundalk Democrat
May 9
New digital archives store tales of 1916 Rising volunteers: Irish Independent, January 16, 2014
May 9
Only eyewitness account of Easter Rising leaders' burial is made public: The Irish Times, January 18, 2014
May 9
Republican's letter shows how Treaty divided comrades: Irish Independent, January 17, 2014
May 9
Fighting for Ireland a family affair: The Irish Times
May 4
'Huge interest' expected in military pensions record which show old IRA service: The Irish Times
May 4
War of Independence hero was a victim of treachery: Limerick Post
Apr. 27
The tale of the Swede and the Finn who fought at the GPO in the 1916 Rising: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Apr. 27
'Why did Jimmie die?': History Ireland
Apr. 27
Revolutionary voices heard nearly 100 years after war: Irish Examiner, November 14, 2013
Apr. 27
Liveline appeal to discover the lost children of the 1916 Rising: Irish Independent, December 12, 2013
Apr. 20
More than the men of 1916 William Martin Murphy defined the ethos of the new Ireland: The Irish Times, December 4, 2013
Apr. 20
President views colours of disbanded Irish regiments at Windsor Castle: The Irish Times
Apr. 12
Children killed in 1916 Rising remembered: The Irish Times
Apr. 12
Gay Byrne reveals his father's trauma from first World War: The Irish Times
Apr. 6
The forgotten Irish soldiers who fought for Britain in the first world war: The Guardian
Apr. 6
MacNeill's last-minute bid to call off Easter Rising to go under the hammer: Irish Examiner
Apr. 6
British ambassador praises even-handed 1916 collection of interviews: The Irish Times, November 13, 2013
Apr. 6
Rising veteran's memoir tells of his experiences in Irish Citizen Army: The Irish Times
Mar. 28
Wounded while fighting in Boland's Mills: The Irish Times
Mar. 28
Six brothers and the First World War: Londonderry Sentinel
Mar. 28
How bitter rivals were united by war effort: Belfast Telegraph
Mar. 28
An American Hero Buried in Ireland: Irish America
Mar. 24
50,000 Irish soldiers no longer forgotten: Irish Examiner
Mar. 17
Irish exhibition showcases 1916 Easter Rising activists: BBC
Mar. 17
How did a century pass without tell of our young men who suffered hellish deaths?: Irish Independent
Mar. 14
Key 1916 Rising buildings to be restored: Irish Independent
Mar. 14
Executed Rising leader's widow refused pension, files show: The Irish Times
Mar. 11
History and a pair of trousers: The Irish Times, January 14, 2014
Feb. 26
A tale from Ireland that will stir the blood – even make it boil: The Independent
Feb. 26
Easter Rising and War of Independence IRA pension records released: BBC
Feb. 26
Recognition for Cumann Na mBan role as 100th anniversary approaches: Irish Examiner
Feb. 24
The wind that shook the Farney: The Irish Times, October 11, 2013
Feb. 24
From empire to Free State, old Ireland goes online: Irish Independent, November 1, 2013
Feb. 24
'For years, family never spoke of the War - it's great that now we can talk about it': Wexford People
Feb. 7
Bid to track WWI soldier relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Feb. 7
Remembering the war dead: The Irish Times, October 2, 2013
Jan. 27
The lost chalice – Harrowing war-time diaries of Donegal priest led to poignant discovery: Belfast Telegraph, November 11, 2013
Jan. 27
Robert Fisk - Britain feared civil war in Ireland more than it feared war in Europe 100 years ago: The Independent
Jan. 21
Rebel wounded during Rising was denied a pension because she was a woman: The Irish Times
Jan. 21
State's role in WWI in the spotlight: Irish Examiner
Jan. 21
An Irishman's Diary - 'My dearest Kitty ...': The Irish Times
Jan. 21
How the First World War brought two communities together on the battlefields: Impartial Reporter
Jan. 14
WW1 Irish remembered – John Mulalley (20) died three months after signing up to fight in the Great war: Irish Independent
Jan. 14
The tale of the Swede and the Finn who fought at the GPO in the 1916 Rising: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 8
The Great War and Irish poets: The Irish Times
Jan. 8
Architectural contest for Glasnevin centenary chapel: The Irish Times, September 30, 2013
Jan. 8
Camp Twaddell - Who was the man behind the name?: BBC
Dec. 31
1916 signatories and three presidents identified in century-old photograph: The Irish Times
Dec. 31
Eamon Donnelly - Nationalist MP's family donates private collection to museum: BBC
Dec. 31
Roger Casement - How did a hero come to be considered a traitor?: BBC
Nov. 29
Kevin reveals dad's amazing Rising story: Irish Examiner
Nov. 22
Kevin Gordon - Irish soldiers remembered by town: Sussex Express
Nov. 22
When Pound met Griffith: The Irish Times
Nov. 22
Casement's attitude to England and the English revealed in letter: The Irish Times
Nov. 18
The legacy of Eoin MacNeill, the man who tried to call off the Rising: The Irish Times
Nov. 10
Tom Barry – guerrilla days in Iraq: History Ireland
Nov. 10
Troops provide funds for Collins memorial at base: Irish Examiner
Nov. 6
No historical basis for Michael Collins as latter-day 'macho man': The Irish Times
Oct. 21
A lock of hair: The Irish Times
Oct. 14
Michael Collins's famous 'high nelly' bicycle found: Irish Independent
Oct. 14
Memory of Waterford's first World War dead set in stone as memorial unveiled: The Irish Times
Oct. 14
Excluded by history: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
'No cheering crowds, no military parades, no public holidays': Galway Advertiser
Sep. 27
Rising centenary 'must recall peaceful leaders too': Irish Independent
Sep. 8
Council to honour VC hero Billy McFadzean: Portadown Times
Sep. 8
Let the Big Fellow rest in peace: Irish Examiner
Aug. 31
From spy to governor of Mountjoy: The Irish Times, May 23, 2013
Aug. 11
'Should the worst befall me . . .': The Irish Times, May 23, 2013
Aug. 11
Historians team up with gardai to trace relatives of World War I internees: Irish Independent
Aug. 5
Historic 1916 rebel sites to be saved: Irish Independent
Jul. 17
When the horror of war hits homes: Irish Examiner
Jul. 12
Guarding family treasure from the Black and Tans: The Irish Times
Jul. 12
Robert Schmuhl – Mystery of how Dev escaped 1916 firing squad has only deepened with time: Irish Independent
Jul. 10
Ulster gallantry at the Somme will not be forgotten: The News Letter (Editorial)
Jul. 4
One woman's Civil War in Ireland: The Irish Times
Jun. 20
Restored old IRA Roll: Irish Examiner
Jun. 16
Family of divided loyalties that was reunited in grief: The Irish Times
Jun. 16
Pivotal role in Kerry 'Troubles': The Irish Times
Jun. 16
Collins was a civil warrior not a terrorist, says professor: Irish Independent
Jun. 5
If we're to learn from our history then we must not be afraid of it: Irish Independent
Jun. 3
Lost memoir tells how James Connolly returned to his faith before execution: Sunday Independent
June 1
How Collins proposed divisive Treaty oath: Irish Examiner
May 26
Millionaire helped finance War of Independence: The Irish Times
May 26
Letter which betrayed 'Big Fella' auctioned for €3,800: Irish Examiner
May 11
Michael Collins' final minutes before his murder recalled by author: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
May 3
'A small difference between parties': Irish Examiner, August 25, 2012
May 3
Deenihan endorses plan for fresh investigation into sinking of Lusitania: The Irish Times
May 3
Rare record of a dark day in Irish history [Civil War]: The Irish Times, June 30, 2012
Apr. 25
The Time Has Come for 'A History of the Irish in 100 Objects': IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 9
President pays tribute to writer: The Irish Times, July 11, 2012
Apr. 9
Separating fact from folklore: Irish Examiner
Apr. 3
Banagher World War One fighter's memorabilia may be returned to Offaly: Offaly Independent, May 16, 2012
Apr. 3
Former TD 'chuckled' about IRA executions: Irish Examiner
Mar. 20
State to receive items salvaged from 'Lusitania': The Irish Times, April 27, 2012
Mar. 20
Lemass relatives fought in first war: Irish Independent, May 17, 2012
Mar. 17
Face of hope for all that might have been: Sunday Independent, January 8, 2012
Mar. 15
Women's role in War of Independence revealed: Irish Examiner
Mar. 15
James Glynn – The life of an Irish policeman: BBC
Mar. 15
Poignant roll-call details 49,000 Irishmen who died in Great War: Irish Independent, December 15, 2012
Mar. 15
A soldier's act of kindness has effects 100 years on: Impartial Reporter, March 10, 2013
Mar. 15
Three icons looked at anew: Irish Echo, March 7, 2012
Mar. 9
Letter betraying Michael Collins may fetch up to €3,000 at auction: The Irish Times
Mar. 9
Betrayer signed his own death warrant: Irish Examiner, March 6, 2013
Mar. 9
US trip after prison escape was propaganda coup, lecture told: The Irish Times, May 4, 2012
Mar. 3
Fine words don't do Collins justice: Irish Independent (Editorial), August 20, 2012
Mar. 3
Tribute to Limerick teens killed in RIC ambush: Limerick Post
Mar. 3
Arms ship anchors raised after 96 years: Irish Examiner, June 19, 2012
Mar. 3
Kilkenny families in the Great War (1914-1918): Kilkenny People, March 18, 2012
Mar. 3
Ireland remembers its World War I soldiers at Dublin museum: BBC, March 23, 2012
Mar. 1
Wartime diary reveals mum's heartache over lost soldier son: Irish Independent, March 16, 2012
Mar. 3
Chapter 5 – Gongs and glory ..Ballymena at war 1914-1918: Ballymena Times, March 14, 2012
Mar. 1
War chalice back with local family: Derry Journal, November 9, 2012
Mar. 1
Student revolutionaries: Galway Advertiser
Mar. 1
From the archive, 24 August 1922 – The death of Michael Collins: The Guardian, August 24, 2012
Feb. 19
Statue of a hero is long overdue: The News Letter
Feb. 19
The Clones Ambush and a turbulent time in history of Fermanagh: Impartial Reporter, February 2, 2012
Feb. 7
Irish 'glorious dead' book for sale: The Irish Times, December 3, 2012
Feb. 7
Weapons tests aimed at explaining how small rebel group sustained battle in 1916: The Irish Times, December 20, 2012
Feb. 4
Museum planned for 1916 Rising centenary: The Irish Times
Feb. 4
Times may have changed, but respect for the gardai hasn't: Irish Independent
Jan. 30
Kilkenny families in the Great War: Kilkenny People
Jan. 30
Newly-released private papers show human side of Irish hero Roger Casement: Irish Independent, December 21, 2012
Jan. 29
Derry mayor banned flag from Guildhall in 1920: Derry Journal
Jan. 29
Photographs depicting Collins in hours before death on show: The Irish Times, December 4, 2012
Jan. 25
Casement's death row letter released: The Irish Times, December 21, 2012
Jan. 25
Assembly motion supports pardon for Ireland's WWII deserters: BBC, January 23, 2012
Jan. 24
WWI Belfast soldiers' letters found in Cavan: BBC
Jan. 24
Students add a chapter to history books: Irish Independent, January 16, 2012
Jan. 24
When New York stopped for Terence MacSwiney: Irish Echo, March 14, 2012
Jan. 22
The first steps towards Irish independence: Irish Examiner, December 6, 2011
Jan. 22
Poignant WW1 memento: BBC
Jan. 18
Buncrana man slain in 1922 Belfast bloodbath: Derry Journal
Jan. 18
McDowell's search for the rebel uncle he never knew: The Irish Times, December 8, 2012
Dec. 18
Former TD wears a poignant reminder of shot grandfather: Sligo Weekender, December 14, 2012
Dec. 18
90 years on, traumatic birth of State is forgotten: Irish Independent, December 8, 2012
Dec. 11
90th anniversary of execution of famous local IRA leader Joe: Belfast Media, December 7, 2012
Dec. 11
McDowell tells how Civil War split family: Evening Herald, November 30, 2012
Dec. 3
Medals of Honour, Victoria Crosses, Kilkenny's military history: Kilkenny People, November 19, 2011
Dec. 3
Unearthed – the diggers who fought in Irish Civil War: IrishEcho (Australia), November 29, 2012
Nov. 29
An Irishman's Diary [Northern Ireland 1920s]: The Irish Times, October 2, 2012
Nov. 29
Memoir suggests British army at opening shots of Civil War: The Irish Times, October 30, 2012
Nov. 29
Collins's prayer book turns up in France 90 years after death: The Irish Times, November 22, 2012
Nov. 27
Michael Collins's army list goes online: The Irish Times, November 13, 2012
Nov. 27
Online archive reveals local War of Independence records: Longford Leader, November 16, 2012
Nov. 27
Photo may show Casement in POW camp: Irish Examiner, November 6, 2012
Nov. 20
Remembering Pte John Cawley [ Canada WWI ]: Ottawa Citizen
Nov. 20
Four Courts still in headlines 90 years after attack: The Irish Times, November 5, 2012
Nov. 9
Diarmaid Ferriter – Did the Big Fella call on British to blast Courts?: Irish Independent, November 2, 2012
Nov. 9
Preoccupied by historical rhythms of rural resistance: Sunday Independent, September 4, 2011
Nov. 9
Hits, myths and misses surrounding our Collins: Sunday Independent, October 28, 2012
Oct. 29
Grave marker dedicated to WWI soldier: North Bay (Ont) Nugget, October 21, 2012
Oct. 25
'No evidence' to back up Norris allegation that Collins was gay: Irish Independent, October 15, 2012
Oct. 25
Those that passed 1919 – 1921: Longford Leader, September 9, 2012
Oct. 25
War dead remembered in Armistice Day ceremony: The Irish Times, November 12, 2011
Oct. 25
'Pirates in pinstripes' are no patriots, event told: The Irish Times, September 3, 2012
Oct. 21
Collins letter reveals a 'stupid error' nothing new in Finance: The Irish Times, November 9, 2011
Oct. 21
Grandson returns to scene of assassinated RIC inspector: Galway Advertiser, October 11, 2012
Oct. 20
Pleas for State to buy War of Independence letters: Irish Examiner, October 16, 2012
Oct. 20
A homecoming at last for Johnstown WWI soldier: Kilkenny People, October 15, 2012
Oct. 20
"Still the battle rages" – Dublin mother's WWI diary goes online: TheJournal.ie, October 2, 2012
Oct. 6
Michael Collins – the Longford connection: Longford Leader, September 14, 2012
Sep. 18
October 15th, 1920 [Shooting death of Seán Treacy]: The Irish Times, October 15, 2011
Sep. 18
Ballagh reworks classic painting for 1916 fundraiser: Irish Independent, September 8, 2012
Sep. 18
Big Fella's use of deadly force casts dark, terrifying shadow: Sunday Independent, August 25, 2012
Aug. 29
Comrade Kenny's Lenin blunder: Irish Independent, August 23, 2012 (Editorial)
Aug. 29
Michael Collins was a wretched failure. So he killed a few British agents -- then what?: Irish Independent, August 21, 2012
Aug. 20
Bloody history of our country is laid bare with one click: Evening Herald, August 18, 2012
Aug. 20
Collins – history and myth: The Irish Times, August 18, 2012
Aug. 20
Collins wedding pic found in loft: Sunday Independent, August 19, 2012
Aug. 20
Secret archives on Rising released online today: The Irish Times, August 7, 2012
Aug. 20
Irish soldier in Great War to be honoured 90 years on: Irish Independent, August 18, 2012
Aug. 20
Retracing the steps of our war hero Ned Quinn: Coleraine Times, December 2, 2011
Aug. 20
The big fellow's legacy: Irish Examiner, August 16, 2012
Aug. 16
Time to remember Griffith's role in pursuit of Irish liberty: The Irish Times, August 11, 2012
Aug. 16
O'Higgins knew the role of bayonet in democracy: Sunday Independent, July 30, 2012
Aug. 16
'Poppies and Lillies' tour to visit sites of conflict: Londonderry Sentinel, August 6, 2012
Aug. 16
We should confront, not coddle: Sunday Independent, July 1, 2012
Aug. 16
'Respect' urged for Irish in Great War: The Irish Times, June 25, 2012
Jul. 15
Ballymena's bloodiest day – the harsh reality of the Somme: Ballymena Times, June 28, 2012
Jul. 15
Michael Mallin – remembering a forgotten leader from the 1916 Rising: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 23, 2012
Jun. 27
Memorial to WWI dead opened: Donegal Democrat, June 30, 2011
Jun. 27
Anchors recovered from arms-smuggling vessel scuttled in plan to aid Easter Rising: The Irish Times, June 20, 2012
Jun. 27
NYU acquires Ernie O'Malley papers: Irish Echo, April 4, 2012
Jun. 15
Dev's car restored to former glory by councillor: Irish Independent, May 13, 2011
Jun. 15
Sacrifice of Irish men who fought in first World War recalled: The Irish Times, April 6, 2012
Jun. 14
2 May 1916 – Easter Rising signals start of republican revolution in Ireland: Guardian.co.uk, May 21, 2011
Jun. 14
Ireland's bitter civil war: Carlow Nationalist, April 18, 2011
Jun. 14
July 1st, 1922 [ Irish Civil War]: The Irish Times, July 1, 2011
Jun. 14
Postcards, medals a link to grandfather's PoW past: Toronto Star, November 11, 2011
Jun. 13
Images of orphans burned out during Civil War uncovered: The Irish Times, March 19, 2012
Jun. 6
Fallen American soldier honoured in Galbally: Tyrone Times, June 1, 2012
Jun. 4
Inter-Church Forum's War memorial meeting discusses past and present differences: Mid Ulster Mail, January 20, 2012
Jun. 6
Curragh Camp to mark 90th anniversary of British handover: Leinster Leader
May 22
Galbally barrister solves mystery of American soldier's grave: Tyrone Times, May 17, 2012
May 22
Why the Black and Tan stain has never washed out of the Irish psyche: Irish Independent, May 9, 2012
May 20
Historian disputes sectarian motive for murder of 13 Protestants in Cork: The Irish Times, April 30, 2012
May 8
Historians to revisit 1922 massacre of Protestants: Irish Examiner, April 25, 2012
May 5
Papers reveal bank role in Pearse life policy: The Irish Times, March 26, 2012
May 5
From the archive, 28 April 1916 – Ireland and the rising: The Guardian, April 28, 2012
Apr. 28
Silent witness to West Cork's grim and bloody history: Sunday Independent, April 22, 2012
Apr. 28
The truth about Hugh Tudor: The Compass (Newfoundland), April 16, 2012
Apr. 19
Pearse was brave but led us into 30 years of bloodshed: Evening Herald, April 18, 2012
Apr. 19
Canon George Salter's story breaks the long silence: Sunday Independent, April 15, 2012
Apr. 19
An Irishman's Diary ["Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week"]: The Irish Times, April 12, 2012
Apr. 12
English-born lecturer to make case for Collins as Britain's greatest foe: Irish Examiner, April 11, 2012
Apr. 12
Remarkable stories behind the fate of our men in London: Evening Herald, April 11, 2012
Apr. 12
The Loyal Dublin Volunteers.... a forgotten organisation: The News Letter, April 11, 2012
Apr. 12
Big Fella baffled pursuers with disguises: The Irish Times, March 16, 2012
Mar. 16
March 21st, 1917 [Easter Rising Courts Martial]: The Irish Times, March 21, 2011
Mar. 13
An Irishman's Diary [Liam O'Flaherty]: The Irish Times, March 19, 2011
Mar. 10
Dev's wife was sorry 'her boy' Collins went the wrong way: Irish Independent, March 3, 2012
Mar. 5
Chapter 2 – Mud, blood and bluster .. Ballymena at war 1914-1918: Ballymena Times, February 18, 2012
Feb. 22
Bloody Sunday ticket sells for over €5,000: Irish Examiner, February 15, 2012
Feb. 19
Ch. 2 – Marching as to war .. Ballymena 1914-1918: Ballymena Times, February 14, 2012
Feb. 19
In the drink to stay – Guinness merchant ship torpedoed by a German submarine during WWI found at bottom of Irish sea: Daily Mail, October 12, 2011
Feb. 19
Hunt for the families of 100 Irish war dead: Evening Herald, January 2, 2011
Feb. 16
An Irishman's Diary [Civil War – orphanage burning]: The Irish Times, January 9, 2012
Feb. 13
Where did all the documents go?: Irish Echo, January 10, 2011
Feb. 13
Civil War – British gunboat sent to Clifden: Galway Advertiser, November 17, 2011
Feb. 13
From Revolutionary to Industrialist: Leinster Express, February 10, 2012
Feb. 11
January 22nd, 1919 [First meeting of #Dáil Éireann]: The Irish Times, January 22, 2011
Jan. 18
Is this the greatest song of all time?: Daily Express, January 13, 2012
Jan. 16
Big Fellow made history in own image: Irish Examiner, January 16, 2012
Jan. 16
Did your grandad fight beside Collins? Find out at military archives online: The Irish Times, January 3, 2011
Jan. 10
January 10th, 1922 [Anglo-Irish Treaty debates]: The Irish Times, January 10, 2012
Jan. 10
€10 coin to mark 90th year since Collins's death: The Irish Times, January 4, 2011
Jan. 6
Photo highlights tensions on day Michael Collins signed the Anglo-Irish treaty: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, December 6, 2011
Dec. 23
December 22nd, 1951 [Civil War]: The Irish Times, December 22, 2011
Dec. 23
Typist who was Collins's spy in Dublin Castle: The Irish Times, January 7, 2011
Dec. 20
Relatives of Rising heroes campaign to save 'battlefield' site: Irish Independent, December 7, 2011
Dec. 19
December 10th, 1921 [Anglo-Irish Treaty]: The Irish Times, December 10, 2011 (Editorial)
Dec. 17
Dev – right about the Treaty, wrong about the Civil War: Sunday Independent, December 11, 2011
Dec. 17
December 23rd, 1921 [ Anglo-Irish Treaty debates]: The Irish Times, December 23, 2010
Dec. 15
Birth of a nation – the treaty that transformed Ireland: The Irish Times, December 3, 2011
Dec. 8
Facing up to atrocities can free us from baleful past: Sunday Independent, December 4, 2011
Dec. 8
Culprit who led burning of Cork finally identified: Irish Examiner, December 11, 2010
Dec. 8
Online exhibition offers real Treaty for history buffs: Irish Independent, December 1, 2011
Dec. 1
Orpen letters detailing war experience found in National Library: The Irish Times, December 29, 2010
Dec. 1
Firing squads bring Civil War to a close: Galway Advertiser, November 24, 2011
Nov. 29
Churchill 'diatribe' to be auctioned: The Irish Times, November 28, 2011
Nov. 29
RIC men who died in the War of Independence: Carlow Nationalist, November 28, 2011
Nov. 29
Treaty document to go on display: The Irish Times, November 29, 2011
Nov. 29
A veteran, professor and priest: Washington Post, November 12, 2011
Nov. 16
November 12th, 1925 [WWI commemoration event in Dublin]: The Irish Times, November 12, 2011
Nov. 16
Galway 1910 – 1923, the changing years: Galway Advertiser, November 11, 2011
Nov. 16
September 13th, 1915 [British Army recruiting]: The Irish Times, September 13, 2011
Nov. 11
'Books of Honour' commemorate fallen: The News Letter, November 10, 2011
Nov. 11
Poignant tribute to war dead: Irish Independent, November 7, 2011
Nov. 10
'Overdue' recognition for unsung 1916 heroes: Irish Independent, November 5, 2011
Nov. 7
World War I medal returned to Maugherow man's family: Sligo Champion, November 2, 2011
Nov. 7
Search on for relatives of First World War soldiers: Irish Examiner, November 1, 2011
Nov. 1
From the archives – November 16th, 1923 [ shooting of 2 Jews]: The Irish Times
Oct. 25
Villagers to erect first war memorial to fallen: The News Letter, October 10, 2011
Oct. 10
Voting continues for 'We Were Brothers' project: Derry Journal, September 14, 2011
Oct. 10
An Irishman's Diary [1916 Proclamation]: The Irish Times, April 29, 2011
Oct. 7
Campaigners may petition EU over threat to 1916 houses: The Irish Times, October 7, 2011
Oct. 7
August 23rd, 1923 [ Civil War victory parade ]: The Irish Times, August 23, 2011
Oct. 3
Plans for dedicated memorial for Somme hero: Ballymoney Times
Oct. 3
Service for 'forgotten' sister ship of Titanic: The News Letter, October 18, 2010
Sep. 23
€10m plan to restore 1916 Rising HQ: Irish Independent, September 10, 2011
Sep. 12
Rose petals from Ypres Bible linked to nuns who fled in 1914: The Irish Times, August 26, 2011
Sep. 6
August 25th, 1923 [Yeats on campaign stump for independent candidate]: The Irish Times, August 25, 2011
Sep. 6
March 11th, 1922 [Civil War]: The Irish Times, March 11, 2011
Sep. 3
Tipp Will Remember Patriot Sean Treacy On Day Of All-Ireland: Tipperary Star, August 26, 2011
Aug. 30
Laytown base for refugees from Belgium: Drogheda Independent, August 25, 2011
Aug. 30
August 24th, 1922 [Killing of Michael Collins]: The Irish Times
Aug. 24
August 15th, 1914 [Start of WWI]: The Irish Times, August 15, 2011
Aug. 24
Doomed WWI liner 'Lusitania' yields artefacts: Irish Independent, August 23, 2011
Aug. 23
Call to remember 28 children who died in Rising: The Irish Times
Aug. 21
Error-strewn 1916 Proclamation under microscope: Irish Independent, August 20, 2011
Aug. 21
Jennie Hodgers – The Irishwoman Who Fought as a Man in the Union Army: Irish in the American Civil War, August 17, 2011
Aug. 21
August 10th, 1970 [Kilmichael anniversary]: The Irish Times, August 10, 2011
Mar. 16
Belfast City Cemetery war memorial vandalised: BBC, August 15, 2011
Mar. 16
Wounded Irish soldiers are recalled in US sale: The Irish Times, August 6, 2011
Aug. 14
1916 medal to go on display in Kerry Museum: Irish Examiner, May 30, 2011
Aug. 10
July 25th, 1916 [Rebuilding Dublin after Easter Rising]: The Irish Times, July 25, 2011
Jul. 30
Nothing new about hiding in plain sight: Irish Echo, May 18, 2011
Jul. 19
Minister 'moved' by Great War sacrifice: The News Letter, June 28, 2011
Jul. 18
Leaving Civil War politics for a clearer left-right divide: The Irish Times, July 9, 2011
Jul. 18
Milltown grave of patriot is found: Belfast Media, July 4, 2011
Jul. 14
Sir Roger Casement's support for a small island in Galway Bay: Galway Advertiser, January 6, 2011
Jul. 14
Moore St houses 'the Irish Alamo': The Irish Times, October 15, 2010
Jul. 10
Coolbawn Ambush ninetieth anniversary commemoration: Galway Advertiser, July 7, 2011
Jul. 9
British files reveal US envoys in plot to deport 'dangerous agitator' after Rising: The Irish Times, July 6, 2011
Jul. 7
Gardaí investigate looting of U-boat site: The Irish Times, May 30, 2011
Jul. 7
Historic bullet from Boland's body up for auction: Sunday Independent, July 3, 2011
Jul. 4
October 18th, 1922 [Civil War incident]: The Irish Times, October 18, 2010
Jul. 1
June 23rd, 1922 [Assassination of Sir Henry Wilson]: The Irish Times, June 23, 2011
Jun. 23
Inishowen War Memorial to open next Sunday: Derry Journal, June 21, 2011
Jun. 23
Walking in the footsteps of Francis Ledwidge: Drogheda Independent, June 15, 2011
Jun. 21
IRA report reveals ambush of Collins was 'fortuitous': Irish Examiner, October 27, 2010
Jun. 20
An Irishman's Diary [Roger Casement]: The Irish Times, April 12, 2011
Jun. 18
Lest we forget sacrifices of our countrymen and women: Irish Independent, November 6, 2008
Jun. 18
Historian salutes families after war-graves appeal: Irish Independent, October 15, 2010
Jun. 16
Gaol restorers 'angry' over access: Belfast Telegraph, October 18, 2010
Jun. 16
State examines developing centre at Collins' birthplace: Irish Examiner, June 13, 2011
Jun. 14
1916 tricolor to go on display in New York: Irish Echo, June 8, 2011
Jun. 14
An Irishman's Diary [Willie Redmond]: The Irish Times, June 7, 2011
Jun. 7
September 23rd, 1920 [Attack for which Kevin Barry was convicted]: The Irish Times, September 23, 2010
Jun. 1
Civil War reenactors to honor bravery of Pennsylvania regiment: Philadelphia Inquirer, June 26, 2010
May 26
How Bloody Sunday was reported 90 years ago: The Scotsman, May 19, 2011
May 26
One family's Rising – Interview with Garret FitzGerald in 2006: Irish Echo, May 22, 2011
May 23
Bloody Sunday – Blood on the stands in one of UK's most shameful acts: The Scotsman, May 19, 2011
May 20
History – Born in death and destruction, Yeats's 'terrible beauty' echoes on: The Scotsman, May 17, 2011
May 18
Massacre at Ballyseedy: Carlow Nationalist, April 25, 2011
May 6
Fear and loathing in the towns and villages as rebels divided on continuing the struggle [Easter Rising]: Galway Advertiser, May 5, 2011
May 6
Rising to the challenge: The Irish Times, April 23, 2011
May 3
How Easter Rising showed Dublin in its true colours: The Irish Times, April 29, 2011
Apr. 30
Centenary of struggle to make sense of Rising: Sunday Independent, April 24, 2011
Apr. 26
April 26th, 1966 [Easter Rising ceremonies]: The Irish Times, April 26, 2011
Apr. 26
Humorous menu from 1921 treaty talks to be auctioned: The Irish Times, April 19, 2011
Arp. 19
Any mature look back at 1916 must honour Redmond: The Irish Times, April 16, 2011
Apr. 18
Marching back in time: The Irish Times, April 28, 2010
Apr. 13
The lead-up to civil war in Ireland: Carlow Nationalist, April 11, 2011
Apr. 12
Ireland, 1916—And Beyond: The Atlantic, December 1916
Apr. 1
An Irishman's Diary – Elizabeth O'Farrell: The Irish Times, April 2, 2010
Mar. 30
Irish war dead are honoured with unveiling of monument in Newcastle: Irish Post, March 23, 2011
Mar. 26
March 25th, 1916 [If the Germans won the War (WWI)]: The Irish Times, March 25, 2011
Mar. 26
Blood and guns as famous ambush relived: Irish Independent, January 24, 2011
Mar. 19
The Irish man who saved Hitler: Irish Independent, March 15, 2011
Mar. 18
Unknown soldier identified after 94 years: Red Deer Advocate, March 14, 2011
Mar. 16
First world war soldiers' historic football saved for posterity: Guardian.co.uk, March 10, 2011
Mar. 14
British police give Casement sword and hat to museum: The Irish Times, March 11, 2011
Mar. 11
The gun-slinging rebel Countess: The Irish Times, January 22, 2011
Feb. 14
Draperstown hero of Great War: Mid Ulster Mail, January 14, 2011
Feb. 9
Relatives of 1916 Proclamation signatories on hand for debate on No 16 Moore Street: The Irish Times, January 27, 2011
Feb. 2
Medic who became a martyr for the Republic: The Irish Times, December 18, 2010
Feb. 1
Amateur divers find U-boat wreckage: Irish Examiner, January 25, 2011
Feb. 1
Divers ask that maritime grave be respected: The Irish Times, January 25, 2011
Feb. 1
From the archive, 22 January 1919 – Sinn Féin's "declaration of independence": The Guardian, January 22, 2011
Jan. 28
Re-enactment of RIC ambush is repulsive: Irish Independent, January 28, 2011
Jan. 28
December 22nd, 1921 [WT Cosgrave during Anglo-Irish Treaty debate]: The Irish Times, December 22, 2010
Dec. 23
December 21st, 1921 [ Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations]: The Irish Times, December 21, 2010
Dec. 23
December 20th, 1921 [Treaty Debates]: The Irish Times, December 20, 2010
Dec. 21
Neil's tribute to Ireland's WW1 soldiers: Westmeath Examiner, December 11, 2010
Dec. 14
Letters confirm Auxiliaries led burning of Cork: The Irish Times, December 14, 2010
Dec. 14
Instigator of a city's torching identified: Irish Examiner, December 11, 2010
Dec. 13
December 7th 1914 [ James Connolly's anti-WWI protest meeting]: The Irish Times, December 8, 2010
Dec. 10
November 30th, 1920 [Kilmichael ambush in Co Cork]: The Irish Times, November 30, 2010
Dec. 3
The Secret Court Martial Records of the Easter Rebellion: Irish Examiner, November 27, 2010
Nov. 30
Attwood pays tribute to war 'sacrifice' of great-uncle: BBC, November 21, 2010
Nov. 28
Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins – Two men who changed Ireland: Newark Star-Ledger, November 21, 2010
Nov. 23
Omagh's hidden cultural 'heroine': BBC, November 18, 2010
Nov. 21
'Britain's Greatest' was our worst enemy when the chips were down: Irish Examiner, October 30, 2010
Nov. 16
Irish who fought and died at Gallipoli honoured: The Irish Times, November 15, 2010
Nov. 15
It's 'Somme' obsession: Londonderry Sentinel, July 3, 2009
Nov. 11
WW1 relic rescued from the deep: BBC, September 26, 2009
Nov. 10
Rebel flags and model soldiers: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010
Nov. 10
Identity of MacSwiney's pallbearers sought: Irish Examiner, November 9, 2010
Nov. 9
Evidence of an Irish politician's scruples on expenses . . . in 1922: The Irish Times, November 8, 2010
Nov. 8
Another Look at the Black and Tans – Daniel Masterson on Northern Ireland: History News Network, October 18, 2010
Oct. 18
Thank the man who won our freedom: Sunday Independent, October 17, 2010
Oct. 18
October 11th, 1918 [sinking of RMS Leinster]: The Irish Times, October 11, 2010
Oct. 13
Scottish socialist in final of 'history buff X Factor' to find greatest Irishman: Sunday Herald, October 10, 2010
Oct. 11
September 30th, 1920 [Black & Tans in Mallow]: The Irish Times, September 30, 2010
Sep. 30
Most countries have experienced terrible events, but only we make a fetish of them: Irish Independent, September 29, 2010
Sep. 30
90th Anniversary Of Rineen Ambush In County Clare: Clare Herald, September 7, 2010
Sep. 28
September 20th, 1915 [recruiting for WWI effort]: The Irish Times, September 20, 2010
Sep. 20
July 12th, 1921 – From the archives [War of Independence ceasefire]: The Irish Times, July 12, 2010
Sep. 16
The Dublin Bay tragedy of 1918: Carlow Nationalist, September 8, 2010
Sep. 9
September 4th, 1917 [Court martial of Thomas Ashe, who died on hunger strike]: The Irish Times, September 4, 2010
Sep. 5
90th Anniversary of the First Daylight Arms Raid: Derry Journal, August 20, 2010
Sep. 4
September 1st, 1916 – From The Archives [WWI conscription debate]: The Irish Times, August 31, 2010
Sep. 1
I believe my brother did justice to legacy of Michael Collins: Evening Herald, August 28, 2010
Aug. 30
Beal na Blath becomes a stop on road to healing: Sunday Independent, August 29, 2010
Aug. 30
Civil War wounds healed by St Brian of Béal na mBláth: The Irish Times, August 23, 2010
Aug. 23
Why 'The Big Fellow' has little to teach political parties in modern Ireland: Sunday Independent, August 22, 2010
Aug. 22
Young FG to boycott Collins service: The Irish Times, August 20, 2010
Aug. 22
An opportunity to move on: Sunday Independent, August 22, 2010 (Editorial)
Aug. 22
Sharing Collins's legacy of democracy: The Irish Times, August 21, 2010
Aug. 21
Dramatic historical episode hidden behind a long-lost masterpiece: Irish Examiner, August 21, 2010
Aug. 21
Dublin exhibition 'Irish history in pictures': BBC, August 17, 2010
Aug. 19
First world war memorial to stay despite lack of approval: Sunday Tribune, August 8, 2010
Aug. 19
Lenihan is first Fianna Fáiler to speak at Collins ceremony: Sunday Independent, August 1, 2010
Aug. 13
Let's honour the glorious living and not dead hunger strikers: Irish Independent, August 10, 2010
Aug. 10
Revealed – How an Irish soldier saved Hitler's life: Irish Independent, August 6, 2010
Aug. 8
Sinn Féin bid to name airport after hunger striker: Belfast Telegraph, July 28, 2010
Jul. 31
No room for 'token flag waving' on Rising anniversary: The Irish Times, July 23, 2010
Jul. 24
WWI Soldier Laid to Rest at Arlington National Cemetery: HuffingtonPost.com, July 12, 2010
Jul. 14
New York Soldier Missing Since World War I, Finally at Rest: MSNBC.com, July 8, 2010
Jul. 9
From the archive, 1 April 1920 - The home rule division: The Guardian, April 1, 2010
Jul. 9
Historians oppose plan for motorway: The Irish Times, May 19, 2010
Jul. 1
Lenihan invited to Béal na mBláth: The Irish Times, June 23, 2010
Jun. 23
June 15th, 1918 – Anti-conscription pledge is enforced by use of boycott: The Irish Times, June 15, 2010
Jun. 15
City plans ahead for 1916 event: Evening Herald, May 21, 2010
Jun. 14
Michael Collins school demolition: The Irish Times, June 11, 2010
Jun. 13
Overgrown state of martyrs' graveyard raises concern: Irish Examiner, May 29, 2010
Jun. 4
Iconic image not a picture-perfect symbol of Irish struggle after all: Irish Independent, May 29, 2010
May 30
An Irishwoman's Diary – Seán Moylan: The Irish Times, May 13, 2010
May 18
Piper leads 1916 tribute march: Irish Examiner, May 17, 2010
May 17
An Irishman's Diary – Irish seminarians in Belgium when Germans invaded: The Irish Times, May 11, 2010
May 14
May 14th, 1916 – Easter Rising compared to 1798 rebellion: The Irish Times, May 14, 2010
May 14
Cobh remembers victims of Lusitania tragedy: Irish Examiner, May 10, 2010
May 10
Families of 1916 leaders in plea to save historic site: Irish Independent, April 28, 2010
May 3
An Irishman's Diary — Paddy Ryan & Kevin Barry: The Irish Times, April 29, 2010
May 3
Recalling the painful and difficult birth of our nation: Irish Independent, April 26, 2010
Apr. 26
Row over Irish soldiers labelled Australian in Gallipoli film: The Irish Times, April 24, 2010
Apr. 25
April 21st, 1911 – MP forced out for dirty tricks campaign: The Irish Times, April 21, 2010
Apr. 21
A revolutionary wife: Sunday Business Post, April 18, 2010
Apr. 20
1916 wording on children 'misunderstood', says judge: The Irish Times, April 12, 2010
Apr. 17
Attack on war memorial 'sickening': The News Letter, March 24, 2010
Apr. 17
Kevin Barry's last letter and previously unseen IRA archive from 1920s go under the hammer: The Irish Times, April 13, 2010
Apr. 13
The peoples of Turkey and Ireland both suffered from the war-mongering of Winston Churchill: Irish Independent, March 30, 2010
Apr. 12
Flogging our flag would bring tears to your eyes: Sunday Independent, March 28, 2010
Apr. 10
Dublin conference to push Paddy Harte initiative: Donegal Democrat, March 25, 2010
Apr. 10
Craftsmen on course with 'Asgard' project: The Irish Times, April 9, 2010
Apr. 9
I don't believe you can separate the stupefying reverence for 1916 from the mess we're in now: Irish Independent, April 6, 2010
Apr. 8
Looks like 1916 prices have stopped rising: The Irish Times, March 27, 2010
Apr. 8
Gen Collins ambush badge for auction: Evening Herald, March 30, 2010
Mar. 31
The hell of Suvla Bay – a soldier's letter reveals the horror: The Irish Times, March 25, 2010
Mar. 30
The Irish in Gallipoli: The Irish Times, March 25, 2010 (Editorial)
Mar. 30
Tricolour taken from GPO in 1916 fails to sell in US auction: The Irish Times, March 24, 2010
Mar. 27
President calls for 1914-18 war ceremonies: The Irish Times, March 25, 2010
Mar. 26
Remembering Gallipoli troops who faced 'a death trap – they hadn't a hope': The Irish Times, March 25, 2010
Mar. 26
Forgotten no more — the 4,000 who fell at Gallipoli: Irish Independent, March 25, 2010
Mar. 25
March 25th, 1922 – Summer that saw start of Civil War violence: The Irish Times, March 25, 2010
Mar. 25
Historic Irish flag used in Easter Rising to be auctioned in New York: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 22, 2010
Mar. 23
1916 – a good year for ducks: The Irish Times, April 17, 2009
Mar. 22
23 September, 1919 – A Protestant unity argument against partition: The Irish Times, September 23, 2009
Mar. 21
£½m price run up the flagpole for tricolour: The Scotsman, March 13, 2010
Mar. 15
Black & Tan – belts, guns and straps in a savage period: The Irish Times, March 13, 2010
Mar. 13
Village remembers VC hero: The News Letter, March 5, 2010
Mar. 9
An Irishman's Diary – January 21, 1915: The Irish Times, January 25, 2010
Mar. 2
Train targeted by anti-Treaty IRA in Kerry attack: The Irish Times, January 20, 2010
Feb. 18
Encyclopaedia brought to book over Irish history blunder: BBC
Feb. 6
'That little sentimental thing' turned into a bitter and bloody civil war: Irish Examiner
Feb. 6
February 2nd, 1922 – Handover of Beggar's Bush barracks: The Irish Times, February 2, 2010
Feb. 2
November 9th, 1918 – Relief as deaths from 1918 Spanish flu epidemic began to decline: The Irish Times, November 9, 2009
Jan. 18
An Irishman's Diary -- Robert Máire Smyllie: The Irish Times, April 10, 2009
Jan. 16
British told return iconic Markievicz banner to Dublin: Evening Herald, January 11, 2010
Jan. 13
Group attempts to preserve 1916 site: Sunday Independent, December 20, 2009
Dec. 31
The Death of Major Robert Gill, Yomanstown, Naas: Kildare Nationalist, November 5, 2009
Dec. 30
November 6th, 1922 – Ernie O'Malley arrested after D4 shoot-out November 6th, 1922: The Irish Times, November 6, 2009
Dec. 28
An Irishman's Diary – Thomas Enright: The Irish Times, December 28, 2009
Dec. 28
Remembering 'the Limerick Soviet': Irish Democrat, August 31, 2009
Dec. 25
World War 1 Memorial symbolizes 'heroism and idealism': Leinster Express, November 11, 2009
Dec. 20
December 11th, 1920 – Newspapers in line of fire during War of Independence: The Irish Times, December 11, 2009
Dec. 12
Remembering Derry's shared legacy from the 'Great' War: Derry Journal, November 20, 2009
Dec. 5
Volunteers divided over response to war: The Irish Times, September 1, 2009
Dec. 1
Haunted by ghost of IRA's bloody legacy: Sunday Independent, October 11, 2009
Nov. 29
St Columb's grotto erected for WWI fallen: Derry Journal, October 9, 2009
Nov. 27
John Lewis caught in crossfire of Easter Rising history: The Observer, November 22, 2009
Nov. 24
Queen Mary II crew to remember Lusitania in Cobh: Irish Examiner, October 16, 2009
Nov. 23
Time for both the Lily and the Poppy: Irish Echo, November 11, 2009
Nov. 12
Remembering our war dead: Kildare Nationalist, November 5, 2009
Nov. 6
October 27th, 1921 – Conference is final effort to win peace: The Irish Times, October 27, 2009
Oct. 28
Sectarian gloss on State's early years is flawed: The Irish Times, October 12, 2009
Oct. 26
An Irishman's Diary – Sheehy-Skeffington: The Irish Times, October 22, 2009
Oct. 22
Why a priest in Melbourne received Michael Collins's last letter: The Irish Times, September 23, 2009
Oct. 21
Relative value – How a deserter became a decorated war hero: Irish Examiner, November 8, 2008
Oct. 5
Gun points forever to Laurentic sea tragedy : Irish News, October 3, 2009
Oct. 4
President attends 'healing' occasion: The Irish Times, September 25, 2009
Sep. 26
23 September, 1919 – A Protestant unity argument against partition: The Irish Times, September 23, 2009
Sep. 24
What did we learn from the war to end all wars?: Belfast Media, May 22, 2009
Sep. 20
17 August 1921 – Legendary figures emerge from the shadows: The Irish Times, August 17, 2009
Sep. 8
Memorial to Somme VC heroes: The News Letter, September 3, 2009
Sep. 4
An Irishman's Diary – Tom Kettle: The Irish Times, September 2, 2009
Sep. 2
Remembering all war dead: Irish News, August 29, 2009
Aug. 30
Plaque to honour bravery of soldier: Newry Democrat, August 26, 2009
Aug. 29
Call for memorial to be put up to citizens of Dublin killed in Rising: The Irish Times, June 22, 2009
Aug. 7
Anti-Treaty IRA burn Protestant orphanages to the ground in Galway: The Irish Times, July 27, 2009
Jul. 30
Furey family in Galway sustained greatest loss: Irish News, July 27, 2009
Jul. 28
June 24th, 1920 – Pitched battles on the streets of Derry: The Irish Times, June 24, 2009
Jul. 10
Gaelic League disputes assertion it is 'dangerous': The Irish Times, July 8, 2009
Jul. 9
Call to open the files on 1922 murder: Belfast Media (Jul 3)
Jul. 6
JUNE 30TH, 1915 – O'Donovan Rossa's death famous for oratory at grave: The Irish Times, June 30, 2009
Jul. 1
Family recalls forgotten Irish hero who died in Iraq, 90 years ago: Sunday Independent, June 27, 2009
Jun. 30
May 12th, 1917 – Sinn Féin celebrates election results: The Irish Times, May 12, 2009
May 18
Copy of Proclamation auctioned for €260,000: Irish Independent, April 29, 2009
May 12
Memorial urged for women of 1916: The Irish Times, April 14, 2009
May 3
Australia salutes Dublin war hero: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, April 28, 2009
Apr. 29
Anger as developers plan to demolish 1916 site: Irish Independent, April 21, 2009
Apr. 28
State independence items to go under hammer: The Irish Times, April 24, 2009
Apr. 27
April 24th, 1916 – 'Our foolish young men play at soldiers: The Irish Times, April 24, 2009
Apr. 24
How could anyone refer to an event that took some 600 lives as 'the cause of peace'?: Irish Independent, April 16, 2009
Apr. 17
Marking 93: Irish Echo, April 15, 2009
Apr. 16
20,000 Marchers Honor Saint Patrick; Inscription on Banner Aimed at Vatican Angers Father Duffy – Cohalan Defends It: New York Times, March 18, 1921
Mar. 30
In the name of God and the dead generations – here's 1916 the musical!: Sunday Tribune, February 15, 2009
Mar. 4
Michael Collins musical to open in Cork: The Irish Times, February 18, 2009
Feb. 27
The 1918 election – setting the record straight: Irish Democrat, December 11, 2008
Feb. 21
The killing of our fellow Irishmen achieved nothing but a legacy of long-lasting bitterness: Irish Independent, January 23, 2009
Feb. 19
Pity those poor children – all victims of our Rising 'heroes': Irish Independent, January 29, 2008
Feb. 18
Favors Free Ireland: New York Times, June 30, 1919
Feb. 10
Dáil's 90th anniversary: The Irish Times, January 22, 2009
Feb. 3
Furor Over 1916 Buildings Plan: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, January 28, 2009
Jan. 30
Enduring legacy of the first Dail: Sunday Independent, January 18, 2009
Jan. 29
Letters tell of grim times on notorious 1920s prison ship: Irish News, January 27, 2009
Jan. 28
The real reason why De Valera got flattened on the Falls Road: Belfast Telegraph, January 22, 2009
Jan. 27
Historic moment only made it on to page three: Irish Independent, January 21, 2009
Jan. 25
Dáil's 90th anniversary – First Dáil faced real challenges: Irish Examiner, January 21, 2009
Jan. 24
De Valera rejected 'dying request' over Collins commemoration: The Irish Times, December 30, 2009
Jan. 17
Come on, Mary, give credit to our heroes: The News Letter, January 12, 2009
Jan. 16
'The dream of the men of 1916 is coming to an end': Irish Independent, January 13, 2009
Jan. 15
Free State account of controversial Kerry IRA deaths in 1923 contradicted by Garda report: The Irish Times, December 31, 2008
Dec. 31
Rebel countess blazed the way for a hardline set of women republicans: Irish Examiner, December 13, 2008
Dec. 29
Was Irish heroine a British agent? Spy cloud over Markievicz: (from the Irish Daily Star, December 22, 2008)
Dec. 24
Pearse's mentality left a cruel legacy: Irish News, December 22, 2008
Dec. 23
Dáil break cut short for anniversary: Sunday Tribune, December 14, 2008
Dec. 21
Devins salutes Liam Mellowes as a 'great champion of Irish freedom': The Irish Times, December 15, 2008
Dec. 20
New challenge to Hart's Kilmichael account: Irish Democrat, July 4, 2008
Dec. 17
The First World War – Honourable motives: Irish Examiner, November 8, 2008
Dec. 14
Mulcahy legacy was lost after the death of Collins: Sunday Independent, December 7, 2008
Dec. 13
Copy of 1916 Irish Proclamation may fetch £200,000: Belfast Telegraph, December 8, 2008
Dec. 9
Wearing a poppy so my grandfather's story might not be lost: The Irish Times, November 11, 2008
Dec. 7
Election of first female TD to be marked: Irish News, December 4, 2008
Dec. 6
Morality of 1916 subject of debate: The Irish Times, December 2, 2008
Dec. 4
Unmarked IRA grave is discovered and restored: Belfast Media, November 27, 2008
Dec. 1
The British should not forget the massive debt they owe the Irish: The Independent, November 29, 2008
Nov. 30
FitzGerald recalls Civil War healing: The Irish Times, November 13, 2008
Nov. 29
As The Man Says – War and remembrance: Ulster Herald, November 20, 2008
Nov. 28
In praise of ... Erskine Childers: The Guardian, November 24, 2008
Nov. 24
Families of the Great War who paid a dreadful price: Irish Independent, November 11, 2008
Nov. 20
War celebrations – and apologies: Belfast Media, November 13, 2008
Nov. 19
North and South, we have to remember all their sacrifices: Belfast Telegraph, November 14, 2008
Nov. 17
Behind the lines: Sunday Tribune, November 9, 2008
Nov. 16
Irish fired first shots in WWI: Irish Independent, November 10, 2008
Nov. 14
Pearson killings not sectarian, book claims: The Irish Times, November 7, 2008
Nov. 10
WW1 for the next generation: BBC, November 6, 2008
Nov. 9
Irish treaty debates inspire British MP: Sunday Tribune, November 2, 2008
Nov. 3
Sinn Féin's 'rebel' Dublin – a walking tour with a difference: Sunday Tribune, July 27, 2008
Oct. 5
'They got what they deserved': Belfast Media, September 26, 2008
Oct. 1
Pearse as educational pioneer: The Irish Times, September 25, 2008
Sep. 25
Churchill's claim to greatness died on two Bloody Sundays in Ireland: Irish Examiner, August 30, 2008
Aug. 30
Legal museum plan for Kilmainham courthouse: The Irish Times, August 4, 2008
Aug. 5
We should remember them with rage: Sunday Journal, July 6, 2008
Jul. 22
Paddy lies where the poppies grow: Sunday Tribune, June 22, 2008
Jul. 20
For King and Country: Galway Advertiser, July 17, 2008
Jul. 19
First World War soldiers honoured: The Irish Times, July 14, 2008
Jul. 14
War memorial project to pay tribute to Catholic soldiers: The Irish Times, July 1, 2008
Jul. 8
Paisley pays tribute to a fallen Irishman: The News Letter, June 30, 2008
Jul. 1
€3.5m Easter Rising letters are a no-show: The Sunday Times, June 29, 2008
Jun. 30
Untold story of Ireland player killed at Somme: Irish News, May 29, 2008
Jun. 5
Women Freedom Fighters – Maud Gonne MacBride: Ireland's Own, December 2005
Apr. 5
Unmourned – Newfoundland & Labrador Independent, March 15, 2008
Apr. 2
Easter is a time of resurrection, so we should move to redeem Patrick Pearse, the forgotten man of Irish nationalism: Sunday Business Post, March 23, 2008
Apr. 1
Forget 1916, we need a revolution of the spirit: Sunday Independent, March 30, 2008
Mar. 30
Many want to claim credit for what was done by so few: Irish News, March 22, 2008
Mar. 26
Right to mark 1916 Rising hailed: Irish Examiner, March 25, 2008
Mar. 25
Museum to honour Countess Markievicz: Irish Independent, March 10, 2008
Mar. 12
UVF scroll attracts great interest in Ballymena: Ballymoney Times, February 15, 2008
Feb. 18
1916 Rising medal fetches £12,000: BBC, February 16, 2008
Feb. 17
Winding up of fund for executed leaders' families: Irish Independent, December 29, 2007
Jan. 15
TG4 documentary explores Ernie O'Malley's life: Sunday Business Post, January 6, 2008
Jan. 8
State Papers – 1977: Row raged over saga of Casement statue: Sunday Business Post, December 30, 2007
Jan. 1
How Casement's remains returned at last: Irish Independent, December 28, 2007
Dec. 28
Buried in the mists of time: Irish Independent, September 29, 2007
Dec. 26
Unknown soldier is found, now its his family that's missing: Sunday Tribune, November 25, 2007
Dec. 21
Time capsule tribute to Rising dead: Ireland.com, December 18, 2007
Dec. 19
Forgotten victims and survivors of imperialism: Irelandclick.com, November 30, 2007
Dec. 7
Connolly is set for a heroic makeover on silver screen: Irish Independent, November 23, 200
Nov. 26
Forgotten Rangers suffered horrific losses in war: Belfast Telegraph, November 16, 2007
Nov. 21
'Time for truth on murders': The News Letter, November 14, 2007
Nov. 20
Family painting a picture of Patrick: Belfast Telegraph, November 16, 2007
Nov. 19
War shame ended by plea of a daughter: The Observer, October 28, 2007
Nov. 16
Why bodies buried deep in the green bog must be raised: Sunday Independent, November 11, 2007
Nov. 14
Why we should shun Remembrance Day caper: Sunday Business Post, November 11, 2007
Nov. 12
Revisionism once again?: Sunday Business Post, November 11, 2007
Nov. 11
Speak it in a whisper – Irish ethnic cleansing: Sunday Independent, October 21, 2007
Oct. 21
Irish Civil War veteran dies at 105: BBC, October 3, 2007
Oct. 4
Church call for sensitivity in Easter Rising celebration: Irish Independent, September 17, 2007
Sep. 18
Deaths of Great War unite two religions: (from the Irish News, June 23, 2007)
Aug. 24
To say Michael Collins was a peacemaker is humbug – He was a cold-blooded killer: Irish Independent, August 21, 2007
Aug. 23
Michael Collins was a peace icon, says Puttnam: Daily Telegraph, August 22, 2007
Aug. 22
The perfect celebration: Irish Independent, August 14, 2007
Aug. 17
Big issues might still pose a challenge for Big Fella: Irish Independent, August 6, 2007
Aug. 6
Tribute to 'forgotten' dead: The News Letter, June 30, 2007
Jul. 31
A decent man who justifies the reprisal murder of the Lord Mayor and IRA commandant: Irish Independent, July 27, 2007
Jul. 27
The truth about a liar and fantasist who sullied the good name of a heroic policeman: Irish Independent, July 26, 2007
Jul. 26
Council restores freedom honour for Great War earl: Irish Examiner, July 3, 2007
Jul. 18
Gruesome Civil War secrets lay buried on FF TD's 'murder farm': Sunday Independent, July 1, 2007
Jul. 2
IRA figurine banned from eBay: BBC, June 11, 2007
Jun. 12
Brothers in arms sacrifice marked: BBC, June 8, 2007
Jun. 9
Relatives lay flowers at 1916 house: Irish Independent, April 30, 2007
Apr. 30
Benefactor buys Pearse letter for State: Ireland.com, April 17, 2007
Apr. 26
Gearing up for the challenge: Irelandclick.com, April 13, 2007
Apr. 17
We live in a very strange land where murder and failure are seen as a cause for celebration: Irish Independent
Apr. 12
Rebel hearts that beat when our freedom was just a desperate dream: Sunday Independent, April 8, 2007
Apr. 10
President and Taoiseach to lead Defence Forces ceremony marking Easter Rising: Irish Independent, April 5, 2007
Apr. 8
Fresh light on love life of Michael Collins: The Guardian, April 4, 2007
Apr. 4
Scribblings of a revolutionary countess: Irish Independent, March 31, 2006
Apr. 3
Monument 'marks wrong Rising house': Irish Independent, March 20, 2007
Mar. 29
Bloody Sunday ticket fetches €7,500: Irish Examiner, March 21, 2007
Mar. 21
Irish Self-Determination League of Great Britain, 1919-24: Irish Democrat, January 30, 2007
Feb. 26
A long way from Dublin's bloody past: BBC, February 3, 2007
Feb. 5
Rising home to be made a national monument: Irish Independent, January 19, 2007
Jan. 24
O'Dea promises 1916 military ceremony: RTE, January 17, 2007
Jan. 22
1916 fighters to give account of war on the web: Irish Independent, December 27,2006
Dec. 27
Aiken the gunman had the decency to be ashamed of the dirty stuff: Irish Examiner, December 16, 2006
Dec. 16
1916 leaders' last stand now a national monument: Irish Independent, December 11, 2006
Dec. 11
How Dev and Collins became foes: Sunday Independent, December 3, 2006
Dec. 3
Badge of shame lifted from heroes: Sunday Independent, November 26, 2006
Nov. 26
Defending Markievicz's Honor: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, November 10, 2006
Nov. 15
Robert Garrett and the forgotten Irish heroes: Belfast Telegraph, November 10, 2006
Nov. 11
Britain pardons Irishmen executed in World War I: Irish Examiner, November 9, 2006
Nov. 10
Lest we forget the Somme: Belfast Telegraph, November 6, 2006
Nov. 7
She was a snob, fraud, show-off, and murderer: Sunday Independent, October 29, 2006
Oct. 31
Cosgrave – female of the species is more dangerous: Sunday Independent, October 22, 2006
Oct. 25
Ahern in tribute to Great War soldiers: Irish Examiner, October 9, 2006
Oct. 11
Ahern to unveil memorial to town's Great War fallen: Irish Examiner, October 5, 2006
Oct. 5
'Scottie', MacKenzie Kennedy remembered: Irish Democrat, September 8, 2006
Sep. 28
War of Independence veteran buried: Irish Independent, September 21, 2006
Sep. 21
Bid to honour Scot who led Irish rebellion: The Herald, September 14, 2006
Sep. 15
Digging up the other 'Hidden Ireland': Sunday Independent, September 3, 2006
Sep. 4
Restoring honor: Irish Echo, September 1, 2006
Sep. 3
Executed 1916 hero remembered on anniversary: Irish Examiner, May 10, 2006
Aug. 30
Laziness and propaganda have unfairly tarnished the Black and Tans' reputation: Irish Independent, August 29, 2006
Aug. 29
The Proclamation to Me: The Blanket, August 20, 2006
Aug. 28
1922 gun battle between IRA and Specials recalled: Impartial Reporter, August 24, 2006
Aug. 24
Another flawed brave hero: Village, August 10, 2006
Aug. 24
Proposals would make GPO 'monument to the Rising': Irish Independent, April 25, 2006
Aug. 22
City honours VC winner's heroism: BBC, August 18, 2006
Aug. 19
Pardoned soldier's family in city memorial battle: Belfast Telegraph, August 18, 2006
Aug. 19
Revising the Rising?: The Blanket, May 9, 2006
Aug. 9
The Long Shadow of 1916: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, April 21, 2006
Aug. 8
Group recruited to Ireland to suppress the IRA: (from the Irish News, November 19, 2005)
Aug. 8
Destroy 'Black Diaries': Daily Ireland, August 4, 2006
Aug. 5
Casement – traitor or patriot?: BBC, August 3, 2006
Aug. 3
Families of war heroes to be awarded official certificates: Irish Independent
Aug. 3
Rebel Pearse was no gay blade but had autistic temperment: Sunday Independent, April 9, 2006
Jul. 29
Now is the time to build a pedestal for all our heroes: Irish Independent, April 15, 2006
Jul. 25
Parties owe a debt to forgotten leader: (from the Irish News, November 28, 2005)
Jul. 24
In Casement, Ireland has one true hero: Sunday Independent, July 23, 2006
Jul. 23
Middle East crisis shares similarities with century-old IRA kidnappings: Irish Examiner
Jul. 22
Loach's new film tells it like it is...: Daily Ireland, June 29, 2006
Jul. 21
Where, O where, is our James Connolly?: The Blanket, April 11, 2006
Jul. 19
Loach's new film tells it like it is...: Daily Ireland, June 28, 2006
Jul. 18
Fresh eyes revisit Battle of the Somme: (from the Irish News, July 6, 2006)
Jul. 17
The O'Rahilly's Note: Sunday Independent, February 26, 2006
Jul. 15
The Wind that shook up our cosy self-images: Irish Independent, June 23, 2006
Jul. 13
Remember, but tell the truth too: Irelandclick.com, July 10, 2006
Jul. 12
Legacy of the Black and Tans – Ballyvourney... Where the wind really shakes the barley: The Independent, July 11, 2006
Jul. 11
The Bloody Road to the freedoms of today: The News Letter, July 3, 2006
Jul. 11
Futile deaths of Irish members of British army: Daily Ireland, July 5, 2006
Jul. 10
Irish sisters in 'man-made Hell': Sunday Independent, July 9, 2006
Jul. 9
Marching to the Somme: Irish Independent, July 1, 2006
Jul. 6
Long-suppressed debate on Civil War rekindled: Daily Ireland, June 30, 2006
Jul. 5
Observe the true amnesiacs marching towards the Somme: Sunday Business Post, July 2, 2006
Jul. 4
Somme Battle Conspiracy: The Blanket, June 28, 2006
Jul. 4
'Blood sacrifice' of Protestants who died at the Somme: (from the Irish News, July 1, 2006)
Jul. 3
A walk towards their doom: Belfast Telegraph, June 30, 2006
Jul. 1
'Ethnic cleansing' in the War of Independence – myth or reality?: Irish Independent, July 1, 2006
Jul. 1
In the name of my grandfather: Belfast Telegraph, June 29, 2006
Jun. 29
The Somme – The Irish in the battle: BBC, June 29, 2006
Jun. 29
The time is right to honour the VC men: Belfast Telegraph, June 28, 2006
Jun. 29
Time to commemorate the forgotten Irish of World War I: Irish Independent, June 29, 2006
Jun. 29
Revisionism seeks to hide our very own grim bout of ethnic cleansing: Irish Independent, June 28, 2006
Jun. 28
Somme anniversary – Time to face up to Great War legacy: Irish Examiner
Jun. 27
Orangemen return to France to remember fallen of the Somme: Belfast Telegraph, June 22, 2006
Jun. 26
Cover up of 1922 collusion: Daily Ireland, June 23, 2006
Jun. 24
Irish battle of Somme stamp is first to mark British military past: The Guardian, June 23, 2006
Jun. 23
What if the 1916 Rising simply never happened?: Irish Independent, April 14, 2006
Jun. 20
People look at 1916 and see their own reflection: Sunday Independent, February 26, 2006
Jun. 15
Tradition has many strings to its bow: Sunday Independent, January 29, 2006
Jun. 7
The forgotten journalist who saved our history: Irish Independent, November 28, 2005
Jun. 2
Easter Rising and the Ten Commandments, discuss if you will: Irish Independent, May 31, 2006
Jun 1
State founded on mindless murder says grandson: (from the Irish News, April 18, 2006)
May 26
Call for commemorative statue to heroic 1916 nurse: Daily Ireland, April 11, 2006
May 26
Treaty's facts and factions: Daily Ireland, May 17, 2006
May 18
At mural unveiling. Gerry Adams calls for women to join Sinn Féin: Irelandclick.com, May 15, 2006
May 17
In 1916 some Irish were more equal than others: Sunday Independent, April 16, 2006
May 11
Nationalists' blinkered view of Easter 1916 and all that: Irish Independent, May 10, 2006
May 10
Women in the shadow of the gunman: Irish Independent, April 13, 2006
May 9
Families gather at special Mass for 1916 rebels: Irish Independent, May 4, 2006
May 7
Dublin pardon 'impossible' for executed WW1 soldiers: Sunday Life, April 2, 2006
May 6
'I remember 1916': Village, April 20, 2006 (by Seán Lemass)
May 3
Poet Siegfried Sassoon in Ireland: TheWildGeese.com, March 10, 2006
May 2
The Irish in Britain Who Heeded the Call: TheWildGeese.com, April 22, 2006
May 1
Dublin, Easter Monday, 1916 – 1,700 Take On the British Empire: TheWildGeese.com, April 22, 2006
Apr. 29
Fearless fighter of imperialism who was my aunt: Irish Independent, April 15, 2006
Apr. 28
The hero who was written out of Ireland's history: Sunday Independent, April 23, 2006
Apr. 27
Plaque placed on arms ship to mark 'forgotten' hero of revolt: Irish Independent, April 17, 2006
Apr. 25
Proclamation at 'heart and soul' of republic: Daily Ireland, April 19, 2006
Apr. 24
Ireland's War of Independence – The chilling story of the Black and Tans: The Independent
Apr. 22
1916 Eye Witness – 'It was then Pearse came out of the GPO and read the proclamation right in the middle of the street: Village
Apr. 22
Remembering the boy from Tralee: Irish Independent, April 17, 2006
Apr. 19
Codswallop about 1916 is our birthright: Sunday Independent, April 16, 2006
Apr. 19
Why the North didn't rise for the 1916 rebellion...: Belfast Telegraph, April 17, 2006
Apr. 18
Unionist resistance helped light old Fenian flame of revolution: (from the Irish News, April 17, 2006)
Apr. 18
Easter Rising still holds imagination: BBC, April 16, 2006
Apr. 18
The ghosts of the Fenian dead have little to offer us: Sunday Independent, April 16, 2006
Apr. 17
A battle for truth, not historical myths: The Sunday Times, April 16, 2006
Apr. 17
Rising pales in the shadow of the Somme: Irish Independent, April 15, 2006
Apr. 17
Were they heroes or villains (Part 2): Irish Independent, April 15, 2006
Apr. 16
RIC man was one of the first victims of 1916: Daily Ireland, April 14, 2006
Apr. 16
Mother of former president 'was a spy for British': Sunday Independent, April 9, 2006
Apr. 16
How the Rising and Casement fell victim to Murphy's Law in Kerry: Irish Examiner, April 15, 2006
Apr. 15
Were they heroes or villains: Irish Independent, April 15, 2006
Apr. 15
The female spy at the very top of Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph, April 14, 2006
Apr. 15
Hundreds of men mustered in Tyrone to fight in Rising: Daily Ireland, April 10, 2006
Apr. 14
Records shed light on first 1916 casualties: Irish Examiner, April 13, 2006
Apr. 13
1916 commemoration 'a mistake': Irish Examiner, April 3, 2006
Apr. 12
Wife of Childers 'was a British spy': The Sunday Times. April 2, 2006
Apr. 6
1916 stories that remain hidden: Sunday Business Post. April 2, 2006
Apr. 5
Mater nuns supported Rising, RIC files claim: Sunday Independent. April 2, 2006
Apr. 4
Reflections on war: Irelandclick.com, Mar 30, 2006
Apr. 3
My granny was one of our great green harpies: Sunday Independent, April 2, 2006
Apr. 2
Report slams 'shocking' executions of 26 Irishmen: Sunday Independent, March 26, 2006
Apr. 1
'I respect any man who does his duty': Sunday Independent, February 26, 2006
Mar. 29
Easter Rising – fostering leadership, volunteerism, and self-sacrifice: Village, March 16, 2006
Mar. 24
Forgotten 1916 women Rising up, thanks to artist Francis: Irish Independent, March 16, 2006
Mar. 19
The Easter Rising – The shots that changed the world forever: Sunday Business Post (Mar 12)
Mar. 13
Muddling the issue: Irish Echo, March 10, 2006
Mar. 12
No room for girls in the 1916 little boys' fantasy: Irish Independent, March 8, 2006
Mar. 11
The life and death of a British hangman: Daily Ireland, March 8, 2006
Mar. 10
Call for Britain to return lost letter of Easter Rising: Irish Independent, March 6, 2006
Mar. 7
Tom Barry and the Kilmichael Ambush: History Ireland, Sep/Oct 2005
Mar. 4
Reconstructing the Easter Rising: Village, February 16, 2006
Mar. 2
Legacy Of The Somme Still Haunts Province: The News Letter, July 1, 2005
Feb. 25
Conceding legitimacy: Daily Ireland, February 21, 2006
Feb. 25
Remembering the Fallen: Irish Echo, April 22, 2005
Feb. 23
Let's save the somme: Belfast Telegraph, February 21, 2006
Feb. 22
The Real Betrayal?: The Blanket, February 15, 2006
Feb. 22
1916 Rising was opposed to sectarianism: Daily Ireland, February 20, 2006
Feb. 22
Irish anthem 'could fall into foreign hands': UTV Internet, February 13, 2006
Feb. 14
Call to publish report on Irish WWI 'deserters': Irish Independent, January 19, 2006
Feb. 9
Dublin may seek surrender letter: BBC, January 9, 2006
Jan. 15
Council to ask for return of 1916 surrender letter: Irish Examiner, January 11, 2006
Jan. 11
Ice-bound rescue mission recalled: BBC, July 24, 2005
Dec. 20
All credit to the steadfast faithful of Kilmichael ambush: Daily Ireland, November 29, 2005
Dec. 1
Outrage at refusal to pardon shot war deserters: Irish Independent, November 28, 2005
Nov. 30
There was a war: Limerick Leader, November 19, 2005
Nov. 20
Ireland's lost heroes: New York Newsday, November 13, 2005
Nov. 15
Croker to host lectures on 1920 Bloody Sunday: Daily Ireland, November 9, 2005
Nov. 14
No honor at home: Irish Echo, November 11, 2005
Nov. 11
Grieve for the war heroes but don't laud their lying leaders: Belfast Telegraph, November 10, 2005
Nov. 11
Michael Collins had a stalker: Sunday Independent, October 9, 2005
Nov. 10
It's a mistake to think nationalists will not remember our war dead: Belfast Telegraph
Nov. 8
Sacrifices Of All Traditions Need To Be Remembered: The News Letter, November 4, 2005
Nov. 5
Relatives of Easter Rising's heroes unveil memorial plaque: Irish Examiner, March 25, 2005
Nov. 4
Partition . . . we'll drink to that – it's a tale of the Treaty by Sean MacBride: Irish Independent, October 31, 2005
Oct. 31
Harry Boland – the Armani republican of his day: Irish Independent, March 26, 2005
Oct. 27
Orange Order Calls For Special Stamp To Remember Somme: The News Letter, October 25,2005
Oct. 26
Claim Collins has been 'airburshed out of history': Daily Ireland, October 17, 2005
Oct. 21
Play to show Churchill and Collins 'bond': The Sunday Times, October 2, 2005
Oct. 15
This tree has rotten roots and bitter fruit: Sunday Independent, October 9, 2005
Oct. 12
Movie set to reignite civil war debate: BBC (Sep 20)
Sep. 29
Who fears to speak?: Sunday Business Post, August 28, 2005
Aug. 31
1916 row explodes as An Post claims 'there are no bullet holes in GPO wall': Sunday Independent, August 28, 2005
Aug. 28
Council to repair 1916 Rising house: Irish Independent, August 20, 2005
Aug. 26
MEP demands urgent action to preserve 'Alamo' of The Rising: Irish Independent, August 11, 2005
Aug. 24
Spoils of empire in south London: Irish Democrat, April 28, 2005
Aug. 13
Unionist saved life of 1916 volunteer: (from the Irish News, March 28, 2005)
Jul. 20
The price of history: Irish Echo, June 3, 2005
Jul. 18
Letter cache 'adds new dimension' to study of Casement: Irish Independent, April 26, 2005
Jul. 9
Photograph finally clears up Easter 1916 mystery: Sunday Independent, March 27, 2005
Jul. 2
The rebel and King's soldier who died for their country: Irish Independent, April 18, 2005
Jun. 15
A labored legacy: Irish Echo, May 20, 2005
Jun. 8
GPO 1916 photo draws big response from relatives: Sunday Independent, April 2, 2005
Jun. 5
Dunbar brings James Connolly's life to silver screen: Daily Ireland, March 3, 2005
May 31
Rediscovered letters reveal Sinn Féin's historical roots: Daily Ireland, February 9, 2005
May 4
New record salutes memory of forgotten Great War soldiers: Sunday Independent, January 30, 2005
Apr. 19
The legacy of Easter Week 1916 is still resonating throughout Irish politics: Daily Ireland, March 26, 2005
Mar. 27
Kilmichael Controversary Continues: The Blanket, December 5, 2004
Feb. 6
No public commemoration for centenary of birth of MacBride: Sunday Independent, January 9, 2005
Jan. 9
War memorial service to strengthen community ties: (from the Irish News, November 8, 2004)
Jan. 8
Ahern wants pardon for 26 soldiers executed during WWI: Irish Independent, October 29, 2004
Dec. 17
Irishmen united in poignant memorial: Sundy Life, November 14, 2004
Dec. 13
Aspects of British Propaganda during the War of Independence: The Blanket, October 21, 2004
Dec. 3
Easter Rising document auctioned: BBC, November 30, 2004
Dec. 4
Author challenged to name sources for ambush claims: Irish Examiner, November 29, 2004
Nov. 29
'War of words' over battle: BBC, November 26, 2004
Nov. 28
Defender of the faith: Birmingham (AL) News, November 19, 2004
Nov. 24
Dublin may trade roots of its history for a modern view: The Guardian, October 20, 2004
Nov. 22
Republican remembered: Belfast Telegraph, December 3, 2004
Dec. 4
British Army used spin to 'confuse' Irish: The Sunday Times October 17, 2004
Nov. 18
Shot for being Irish?: The Sunday Times, November 14, 2004
Nov. 15
Many Black and Tans 'were Irish Catholics': (from the Irish News, August 27, 2004)
Oct. 26
Documentary tells of Michael Collins's Jewish gun-runner: Irish Independent, September 10, 2004
Sep. 11
Collins essay praised British Empire: Sunday Business Post, July 25, 2004
Aug. 21
Examining Irish leader's youthful past: BBC, July 23, 2004
Aug. 18
King's high hopes may not be the last to be dashed: Belfast Telegraph, July 31, 2004
Aug. 1
President pays tribute to Irish soldiers who died in Great War: Irish Independent, June 8, 2004
Jul. 4
Principal plays vital role against partition: (from the Irish News, May 11, 2004)
Jun. 5
Archbishop praises 1916 generation: Irish Independent, May 6, 2004
May 21
The case for the Easter lily: Wild Geese, April 2004
May 8
The Irish Revolutionary Women of Cumann na mBan: Irish Democrat, April 2004
May 7
The beginning of the end of empire: Irish Echo, April 9, 2004
Apr. 28
Time for the Dead: The Blanket, March 23, 2004
Apr. 30
The battle for dignity: Belfast Telegraph, April 24, 2004
Apr. 26
Pardon for executed soldiers urged: Irish Examiner, April 5, 2004
Apr. 24
Adams backs 'Alamo' campaign: UTV Internet, April 2, 2004
Apr. 20
Iraq – lessons from the past: Irish World, April 16, 2004
Apr. 17
UK acts to clear shot Irish troops: The Observer, March 21, 2004
Apr. 12
Seventieth anniversary of Home Rule leader Devlin: (from the Irish News, January 17, 2004)
Apr. 6
Did the Black and Tans Run from the Rifles of the IRA?: The Blanket, February 23, 2004
Apr. 1
Cork museum receives McSwiney papers: Irish World, February 27, 2004
Mar. 16
French wood bought by Somme Association: Belfast Telegraph, March 10, 2004
Mar. 12
Echoes Of Lives Sacrificed In Foreign Fields: The News Letter, January 27, 2004
Mar. 2
Collins' family donates his guns to museum: Irish Independent, February 17, 2004
Feb. 17
Letters throw new light on Casement: Irish Independent, January 23, 2004
Feb. 5
Plea for WW1 soldiers' pardon: Belfast Telegraph, February 26, 2004
Feb. 27
Ireland's forgotten fallen: BBC, December 28, 2003
Jan. 12
The humanitarian who was hanged for high treason: The Guardian, December 6, 2003
Jan. 4
A Brief History of the 16th "Irish" Division: Wild Geese, November 16, 2003
Jan. 1
War dead are victims of a terrible injustice: Sunday Independent, November 16, 2003
Dec. 27
King appealed for clemency for hunger-striker MacSwiney: The Irish Times, December 8, 2003
Dec. 26
'Vulgarity of Lissadell not worth public cash support': Irish Independent, November 25, 2003
Dec. 16
Mystery of Casement bones solved, 87 years on: The Guardian, December 6, 2003
Dec. 9
Tunnel Trench – 16th (Irish) Division Clears the Way at Cambrai: Wild Geese, November 16, 2003
Dec. 5
Cowen support for Shot at Dawn campaign: RTE, November 14, 2003
Nov. 29
Somme village to dedicate Irish Wall: (from the Irish News, October 17, 2003)
Nov. 28
The Big Fella and the Big Lad: The Blanket, October 20, 2003
Nov. 26
Clear Names of the Troops Shot at Dawn: The News Letter, November 10, 2003
Nov. 22
TWO STORIES OF WAR – Why I'm wearing a poppy for the first time . . .: Irish Independent, November 8, 2003
Nov. 11
Memorial to 13-year-old war victim under fire: The Sunday Times, November 9, 2003
Nov. 11
Sam Maguire and the Cork pogroms: Sunday Independent, September 21, 2003
Oct. 22
Record starts of Great War victims: Belfast Telegraph, October 10, 2003
Oct. 11
Pearse's 'sex obsession with Emmet's corpse': Sunday Independent, September 14, 2003
Oct. 8
Sinn Féin and Swaraj: Indian Express, September 14, 2003
Oct. 1
Collins museum a historical necessity: Irish Independent, September 1, 2003
Sep. 9
Lissadell – what has been lost: Sunday Business Post, August 17, 2003
Aug. 26
Home where Yeats was raised is sold despite protests: The Independent, August 13, 2003
Aug. 22
87 years ago – the Preparedness Day bombing: Irish Echo, July 16, 2003
Aug. 5
The Legacy of Pedro Albizu Campos and Irish Republicanism: The Blanket
Jul. 25
Dealing with the past – some lessons from war: (from the Irish News, July 1, 2003)
Jul. 14
How they treat 'our boys': Irish World, June 20, 2003
Jul. 10
Connolly And Republican Socialist Organisational Strategy: The Blanket, June 12, 2003
Jul. 5
Connolly – National Liberation, Socialism, Partition: The Blanket, June 9, 2003
Jul. 2
New push to keep historic Lissadell House for State: Irish Independent, June 9, 2003
Jun. 23
Fight to save home of sisters who inspired Yeats: Daily Telegraph, June 9, 2003
Jun. 13
Connolly On Religion, Women And Sex: The Blanket ,May 23, 2003
Jun. 7
GAA seeks apology for Croke Park massacre: (from the Irish News, June 5, 2003)
Jun. 8
Countess Markievicz – The Polish Connection: Wild Geese, May 16, 2003
May 27
Tumble houses, build for the future but don't go chipping away at history: Sunday Independent, May 4, 2003
May 17
Site of 1916 leaders' last stand faces demolition: Irish Independent, April 30, 2003
May 12
Countess Markievicz – The Polish Connection: Wild Geese, April 24, 2003
May 6
The aristocrat who fought for Ireland: (from the Irish News, April 23, 2003)
May 5
Collins Abu!: The Blanket, April 24, 2003
May 1
A terrible duty is born over whistlestop tour of the Rising: Irish Independent, April 19, 2003
Apr. 28
Irish Soldiers in Iraq – Past and Present: Wild Geese, April 20, 2003
Apr. 21
The missing piece: Irish Democrat, March 2003
Apr. 13
'Observe the Sons of Ulster' Pulls No Punches: Wild Geese, March 3, 2003
Mar. 19
Thanks a lot, Padraig Pearse ...: Belfast Telegraph, March 1, 2003
Mar. 14
1916 deaths of brothers-in-law makes case for war and peace: Sunday Business Post, February 23, 2003
Mar. 10
Letter reveals Collins outplayed during border talks: Sunday Independent, February 16, 2003
Mar. 5
Collins letter sells at auction: BBC, February 21, 2003
Mar. 3
Dressed for rebellion: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com, February 5, 2003
Feb. 20
Constance Markievicz: The Countess of Irish Freedom: Wild Geese, February 2, 2003
Feb. 15
'Just a Lad of 18 Summers': Wild Geese, January 20, 2003
Feb. 5
Following in the footsteps of Connolly: Irish Democrat, January 2003

MacSwiney file open at last: Irish World, December 20, 2002

How they made a martyr of Roger Casement again: Ireland on Sunday, March 17, 2002

Maud Gonne – Yeats' Cathleen Ní Houlihan, Ireland's Joan of Arc: The Wild Geese, December 20, 2002

Brave Men Whose Names are Engraved in Hostory: The News Letter, December 19, 2002

Ireland, 1916--And Beyond: The Atlantic Monthly, December 2002

Democracy 'best way to honour Sean Wall': Limerick Leader, November 23, 2002

Ireland's oldest woman recalls Rising's leaders: Irish Echo, November 20, 2002

The Anglo-Irish Treaty: Seed of 'The Troubles': Wild Geese, December 4, 2002

Collins's strikes cripple British intelligence: Irish Echo, November 20, 2002

Graphic new account of Childers execution: (from the Irish News, November 18, 2002)

Patrick Pearse – Leader of 1916: Wild Geese, November 4, 2002

Saluting Ireland's Tommies: Wild Geese, November 11, 2002

When we fought as one: The Observer, November 9, 2002

Remember today those who gave their all to ensure our tomorrows: Irish Independent, November 11, 2002

The horrors of war: One woman's story: Belfast Telegraph, October 29, 2002

'Just a Lad of 18 Summers': Wild Geese, October 29, 2002

82 years ago, MacSwiney dies on hunger strike: Irish Echo, October 23, 2002

The West Cork Trail – Scenes From the Anglo-Irish and Civil Wars, 1920-1922: Wild Geese, August 26, 2002

King's plea for life of IRA man ignored: The Scotsman, September 30, 2002

Effort to exonerate Irish executed in WWI: Irish Echo, August 21, 2002

THE GOOD MEN DO ...: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

The Big Fella who inspired the Celtic Tiger: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

The West Cork Trail: Scenes From the Anglo-Irish and Civil Wars, 1920-1922: The Wild Geese, August 18, 2002

Dev proved Collins right on Treaty: Irish Examiner, August 22, 2002

Collins' place in history stands the test of time: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

James Connolly: for the love of freedom: Irish Democrat, August 1, 2002

Effort to exonerate Irish executed in WWI: Irish Echo, August 21, 2002

THE GOOD MEN DO ...: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

The Big Fella who inspired the Celtic Tiger: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

Dev proved Collins right on Treaty: Irish Examiner, August 22, 2002

Collins' place in history stands the test of time: Irish Independent, August 22, 2002

The West Cork Trail: Scenes From the Anglo-Irish and Civil Wars, 1920-1922: The Wild Geese, August 18, 2002

James Connolly: for the love of freedom: Irish Democrat, August 1, 2002

Who fears to speak of 22?: Sunday Business Post, August 18, 2002

________________________________
Who was the first head of state? – from the Sunday Independent, 2002
  1. Off with his head: outrage over Bertie's history lesson (Jul 28)
  2. First get the question right, then the answer (by Jim Duffy, Aug 4)
  3. No simple answer in this title row (by Martin Mansergh, Aug 11)
  4. Hyde was first Head of State: (by John A Murphy, Aug 11)
________________________________

If the bullet had missed the Big Fellow . . . : Irish Independent, August 10, 2002

In Memory of a Storm Trooper: The Blanket, July 12, 2002

It Was Our First World War Too, You Know: The Blanket, July 7, 2002

The Pity of War: The Blanket, June 28, 2002

84 years ago: Fighting Father Duffy: Irish Echo, July 3, 2002

How Britain 'beat Collins in terror war': The Observer, June 30, 2002

Redmondites all over Down Under: Sunday Business Post, June 16, 2002

Monument unveiled to rebels interned in Wales: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com, June 12, 2002

Reid in Somme graves talks: BBC, May 28, 2002

Celebrated vessel on which Pearse once travelled is destroyed in storm off Cork: The Irish Times, May 24, 2002

Beautiful age of innocence goes under the hammer: The Irish Times, May 17, 2002

Young descendants embody link to 1916 heroes: Irish Independent, May 9, 2002

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, April 13, 2002 (about the year 1922, by Brian Maye)

Executed soliders' epic tale: BBC, April 11, 2002

Glasgow and London commemorate 1916: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com, April 10, 2002

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, April 9, 2002 (about Henry Wilson 1914-1923)

In Freedom's Footsteps: Irish Echo, April 3, 2002

Respect for the dead: (from Irelandclick.com) April 3, 2002

No poetic justice for MacBride: The Irish Times, April 1, 2002

Call for official list naming war dead: Irish Independent, April 1, 2002

How the Abbey theatre really began: April 1, 2002

Fighting at the GPO all over again as Easter bells begin to toll: (from Irelandclick.com, March 28, 2002)

Posthumous pardon calls for Derry soldier: Derry Journal, March 19, 2002

82 years ago: Black and Tans arrive: Irish Echo, March 20, 2002

Casement v Carson was no contest: The News Letter, March 20, 2002

Casement fuss based on homophobia: The Irish Times, March 21, 2002

When truth is at odds with our image of an Irish hero: Sunday Independent, March 17, 2002

Casement family still feel shame 86 years after traitor's death: Independent on Sunday, March 17, 2002

Hero, traitor, gay: at last, the true face of Roger Casement: The Times, March 16, 2002

Cracking the Casement code: The Irish Times, March 13, 2002

Tests show Casement sex diaries 'genuine': The Sunday Times, March 10, 2002

Last Great War veteran dies at 102: Electronic Telegraph, March 6, 2002

Sex, lies and the Black Diaries: The Irish Times, March 2, 2002

The truth behind the murder of Sean Hales: Sunday Independent, February 17, 2002

The Orangeman's Handshake: The Blanket, February 3, 2002

Learning to forgive the unforgivable: The Irish Times, January 25, 2002 (about Kevin O'Higgins)

Cross-party support for threatened Somme graves: UTV Internet, January 23, 2002

Damage to Four Courts outlined: The Irish Times, January 3, 2002

84 years ago: Fr. Flanagan and Boys Town: Irish Echo, December 12, 2001

Statue to be unveiled in Galway; Fr Edward Flanagan, of Boystown, 1917: The Irish Times, October 1, 2001

The Treaty at 80: The Irish Times, December 8, 2001

Pardons sought for Irish soldiers in World War I: Irish Independent, November 12, 2001

Gallipoli: where 4,000 Irish were slaughtered: Sunday Business Post, November 11, 2001

Bertie rattles the bones of the dead: Sunday Independent, October 21, 2001

Ireland at peace with its past: Sunday Business Post, October 21, 2001

Noel Lemass's body was found beheaded: Sunday Business Post, October 21, 2001

Patriot’s dying wish fulfilled as remains brought home for burial with full military honours: Irish Examiner, October 20, 2001

UK paper attacks state funerals for 'cold blooded murderers': Irish Independent, October 16, 2001

Ireland honours hanged IRA men: The Times, October 15, 2001

Thousands pay tribute to patriot dead: Irish Examiner, October 15, 2001

Nation owed patriots dignity of a proper funeral: Irish Examiner (Editorial), October 15, 2001

Families vindicated by proud IRA burials: Boston Herald, October 14, 2001

Crossfire baby recalls Barry ambush: Sunday Independent, October 14, 2001

A hero of Irish democracy: Sunday Business Post (Editorial), October 14, 2001

A great man airbrushed back into history: Sunday Independent, October 14, 2001

Secret contacts failed to prevent executions: The Irish Times, October 13, 2001

IRA men hanged in the 1920s to get state funeral: The Times, October 12, 2001

Daly to officiate at Barry reinternment: Irelandclick.com, October 11, 2001

Casement – The last of the reburied revolutionaries: Belfast Telegraph, October 9, 2001

A war worth remembering – Mise Eire and the War of Independence: Sunday Business Post, October 7, 2001

Ireland celebrates its murderous dead: Electronic Telegraph, October 7, 2001

No shame in mourning Kevin Barry: The Irish Times, October 6, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Kevin Barry + the IRA state funerals: The Irish Times, October 3, 2001

A grotesque denial of bloodshed: The Irish Times, October 2, 2001

Kevin Barry: patriot or terrorist?: Irish Independent, September 29, 2001

Learn from the terrible lessons taught by the Black and Tans: Irish Examiner, September 19, 2001

Quinn claims 'political opportunism' of funeral: The Irish Times, September 7, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – "Northern Divisions; The Old IRA and the Belfast Pogroms 1920-1922": The Irish Times, September 3, 2001

A fighting Irishman who dared to seek peace: San Francisco Chronicle, September 2, 2001

Claiming the legacy of Collins: Sunday Business Post, September 2, 2001

RTE to give extensive airtime to Barry’s reburial: Irish Examiner, August 28, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Michael Collins: The Irish Times, August 28, 2001

Civil War papers may be salvaged: Irish Examiner, August 27, 2001

Perversion of history led to Casement's downfall: The Irish Times, August 22, 2001

Collins has more in common with FF ideals: The Irish Times, August 18, 2001

Censor changed 1916 death notices and banned Emmet film: Sunday Business Post, July 29, 2001

Truce should have taken gun out of Irish politics: The Irish Times, July 18, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Alexander Clarke, last victim of the 1919-1921 Troubles: The Irish Times, July 11, 2001

Dáil debates since 1919 available on internet: Irish Examiner, July 6, 2001

The charge of the bike brigade could have been Dev’s last stand: Irish Examiner, July 5, 2001

Soldiers of misfortune: Irish Independent, June 30, 2001

Germans blackmailed Casement into supporting the Easter Rising: The Independent, June 22, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – postal strike 1922: The Irish Times, June 18, 2001

Renegade divers try to crack safe on 1917 Laurentic shipwreck: The Irish Times, May 18, 2001

Taoiseach takes time out to join dwindling crowd at 1916 ceremony: Irish Independent, May 10, 2001

Barry’s Belfast links: Irish News, May 7, 2001

The MacDonagh file: The Irish Times, May 5, 2001

Remains to be exhumed from Mountjoy: The Irish Times, May 3, 2001

Irish government recognises Fusiliers: BBC, April 28, 2001

Ahern backs noting Irish who served in British army: The Irish Times, April 27, 2001

Ahern defends legacy of 1916 Rising: The Irish Times, April 23, 2001

Easter Proclamation Showcased in NYC: Irish Voice, April 18, 2001

God Save the Queen – without him, there'd have been no Easter Rising: Sunday Independent, April 15, 2001

The terrible legacy of Patrick Pearse: Irish Independent, April 14, 2001

Woman of revolution: Irish Post, April 11, 2001

Milepost 1916: Irish Echo (Editorial), April 11, 2001

Asgard parts surface in Nevada: Irish Echo, April 11, 2001

Easter Rising death troops mistook order: The Times, April 12, 2001

Restoration of Asgard 'a desecration': Irish Independent, April 12, 2001

Pearse had homosexual tendencies, RTE documentary claims: Irish Examiner, April 9, 2001

A different profile of Padraig Pearse: The Irish Times, April 7, 2001

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