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Articles from daily newspapers relevant to the debate on Irish history posted to the site before April 1, 2001. For the most recent articles on Irish history, click here.

Belfast celebrates Titanic links: BBC, March 31, 2001

Revival of famous west Clare railway under way: The Irish Times, March 31, 2001

SLIGHTED BISHOP NOW WITH HIS BRETHREN: Chicago Tribune, March 30, 2001

Abandoned on the Argenta: Irelandclick.com, March 30, 2001

People sample slice of history: Irish News, March 29, 2001

Getting soldier's view of Civil War: Baltimore Sun, March 25, 2001

A day that could have changed our history: Belfast Telegraph, March 27, 2001

A Famine Project Starved of Cash: The Irish Times, March 26, 2001

Do-it-yourself lake dwellings: The Irish Times, March 24, 2001

Asteroids get Irish names: Los Angeles Times, March 22, 2001

Artist's vision brings piece of Ireland to NYC: Irish Echo, March 21, 2001

Telling the story of the Famine church: Irish Post, March 22, 2001

Expensive boat project is in troubled waters again: Irish Examiner (Editorial), March 22, 2001

Staying in Dublin, Jacqueline Hogge visits Ireland’s oldest: Irelandclick.com, March 22, 2001

Using the Irish Famine to Explore Current Events: New York Times, March 21, 2001

An Irish tragedy on a St. Lawrence island: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 17, 2001

Ballybunion attempts to save symbolic castle wall: The Irish Times, March 20, 2001

Is KC man the descendant of Irish ruler?: Pittsburg Morning Sun, March 18, 2001

Was Saint Patrick an Orangeman or green to the core?: Ireland on Sunday

'Lost' rebel books found in library: The Sunday Times, March 18, 2001

Saint Pat, tough guy: The Scotsman, March 17, 2001

Instrument of Pride: New York Newsday, March 17, 2001

An Irishman's Diary, March 17, 2001

Here's to St Patrick's Day - phoney as a three-dollar note: Sydney Morning Herald, March 17, 2001

How my great-grandfather came to Baltimore: Baltimore Sun, March 17, 2001

Paintin' the Town Green: New York Daily News, March 16, 2001

The day some Irishmen joined Mexico: Dallas Morning News, March 16, 2001

Return old guns plea to thieves: Irish Independent, March 16, 2001

FAMILY TO RAISE FLAG TO HONOR IRISHMAN: Vancouver Columbian, March 15, 2001

Memorial to the Hunger, Complete With Old Sod: New York Times, March 15, 2001

Newgrange: Ireland's most famous prehistoric relic: Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 18, 2001

St Pat and the Barbarians: Irelandclick.com, March 14, 2001

Calling the ghastly McMahon murders: Irish Echo, March 14, 2001

Dan Breen gun stolen from gaol: The Irish Times, March 14, 2001

Row sparks Church rise: Irish News, March 12, 2001

Baltimore Journal: Shrine Reconstructs a Lost City of the Irish: New York Times, March 11, 2001

Fortress with a story to tell: The Irish Times, March 10, 2001

Encounter with the Moon stone: BBC, March 6, 2001
    Thanks to Wesley Johnston for this link.

Blueshirts real threat to democracy: The Irish Times, March 5, 2001

Darkest days of the Civil War: Irish Post, March 2, 2001

'Asgard' to escape from Kilmainham Gaol: The Irish Times, February 28, 2001

Island may have been inhabited in Bronze Age: The Irish Times, February 26, 2001

Birthplace of Liberator Daniel O’Connell for sale: Irish Examiner, February 26, 2001

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 26, 2001

The Irish socialist whose dream ended in the gulag: The Irish Times, February 23, 2001

History of Irish emigration retraced and recorded: Irish Examiner, February 22, 2001

Pragmatic archbishop vital to State: The Irish Times, February 20, 2001

Blasket commemoration to focus on history of school: The Irish Times, February 20, 2001

1922 massacre haunts efforts to reform police: Boston Herald, February 19, 2001

Maurice Levitas dies in London: The Irish Times, February 17, 2001

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 16,2001

VC returns home: The Times, February 16, 2001

Make war against Germany and be united, British told de Valera: Irish Examiner, February 15, 2001

Irish soldier's Victoria Cross to go to Enniskillen: The Irish Times, February 15, 2001

Duchas stops work on megalithic tomb: The Irish Times, February 15, 2001

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 15, 2001

ORANGE FEET ON THE FALLS?: Irelandclick.com, February 14, 2001

Kinsale to mark battle: The Irish Times, February 13, 2001

Famine ship returns from watery grave 120 years after sinking: Irish Independent, February 12, 2001

Wexford farmhouse is legacy to students: The Irish Times, February 7, 2001

Finally reaching the truth of history: Belfast Telegraph, February 6, 2001

Vikings streets ahead of Finbarr?: The Irish Times, February 6, 2001

The ghosts of Tullynally: The Sunday Times, February 4, 2001

Graveyard bears witness to a city’s tragic history: Irish News, January 29, 2001

Interpreting history to suit ourselves: Irish News, January 29, 2001

Casement's 'black diaries' face tests to find the truth about homosexuality and smear: Belfast Telegraph, January 23, 2001

Man loses 1969 army dismissal case: Irish Examiner, January 20, 2001

Morality issues, personal drama: Baltimore Sun, January 19, 2001

BODYSNATCHING AND THE UNITED IRISHMEN: Irelandclick.com, January 17, 2001

Showing Blueshirts in their true colours: The Irish Times, January 12, 2001

Hearing the gentle voice of the London-Irish diaspora: Irish Post, January 12, 2001

Blueshirts: fascists or defenders of free speech?: Irish Independent, January 12, 2001

Messines tower move set to end controversy: The Irish Times, January 12, 2001

New interest in Malachy's end-of-world prophecies: Irish Echo, January 12, 2001

What the British Brung Us: The Irish Times, January 11, 2001

Thin evidence in Irish rebel trials: The Scotsman, January 11, 2001

Easter Rising troops 'took no prisoners': Electronic Telegraph, January 11, 2001

Historic independence document valued at £25,000: Irish Examiner, January 8, 2001

The discordant Union which helped make us what we are: Sunday Independent, January 7, 2001

A past we'd rather forget: The Observer, January 7, 2001

What kind of notorious outlaw wears a frock?: The Sunday Times, January 7, 2001

Replica famine ship set for Atlantic adventure: Belfast Telegraph, January 6, 2001

The Irish rebel: Irish Post, January 5, 2001

Minister joins fight for justice: Irish Post, January 5, 2001

Washington portrait by Irish painter, who was a dandy and a bigamist, set to fetch million dollars: Irish Examiner, January 4, 2001

Offaly exhibits photographic hoard: The Irish Times, January 4, 2001

Union reduced Dublin to provincial slum: The Irish Times, January 2, 2001

Nixon’s visit marked by dithering over etiquette to be adopted by his hosts: Irish Examiner, January 2, 2001

Nelson’s Pillar blast treated by US as spectacular prank: Irish Examiner, January 2, 2001

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, January 2, 2001

Act of Union anniversary sparks a debate: Irish News, January 1, 2001

End of partition offered in return for abandoning neutrality: Irish Examiner, January 1, 2001

Irish hearts: The Irish Times, December 30, 2000

Celebrating a working-class Irish hero: Irish Post, December 22, 2000

Findings in Newgrange research prompt debate: The Irish Times, December 22, 2000

Discovery sheds new light on Newgrange: The Irish Times, December 21, 2000

Ancient bridge at risk from floods: The Irish Times, December 21, 2000

Archive on Rising to become available: The Irish Times, December 20, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 18, 2000

1916 rising: Who really dunnit!: Ireland on Sunday, December 17,2000

Cromwell's legacy of Irish slavery: Irish Echo, December 13, 2000

Valentia recalls its longitude role: The Irish Times, December 12, 2000

Saving the past for a better future: Irish News, December 11, 2000

Famine graveyard yields its secrets: Irish News, December 9, 2000

Over 70 years ago sex was a hot topic in Dev’s Dáil: Irish Examiner, December 6, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 4, 2000

Findings of the Boundary Commission revealed tomorrow: Ireland on Sunday, December 3, 2000

Intimate love letters reveal the warm side of de Valera's character: Ireland on Sunday, December 3, 2000

Century of Irish history in her veins: The Sunday Times, December 3, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 2, 2000

Murders that shocked the world: Electronic Telegraph, December 1, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 28, 2000

Bloody fable of Kilmichael's dead: Sunday Independent, November 26, 2000

Kilmichael gives up its secrets: The Sunday Times, November 26, 2000

Dev's days of sensual longing: The Irish Times, November 25, 2000

Dublin's port in a storm: The Irish Times, November 25, 2000

Mom chronicles Irish Big Dig toilers' stories on Internet: Boston Herald, November 24, 2000

US Army honours Irish war hero: Irish Examiner, November 20, 2000

Secret reason why Collins signed Treaty: Ireland on Sunday, November 19, 2000

Surviving the war inside a cupboard: The Irish Times, November 14, 2000

Irish role ‘cannot be underestimated’: Irish News, November 11, 2000

Executed men finally to receive a proper burial: The Irish Times, November 4, 2000

Who was Kevin Barry?: The Irish Times, November 4, 2000

How bishop forgave the killers of RIC father: The Irish Times, November 2, 2000

Irish government plan to rebury executed men: UTV Internet, November 2, 2000

An Irishman's Diary : The Irish Times, October 30, 2000

Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, October 14, 2000

Byrne believes 'St Phelim' was hit by British missile: The Irish Times, October 4, 2000

Exploring Catholic myths: The Irish Times, September 30, 2000

Conflicting views on Irish neutrality: The Irish Times, September 28, 2000

Military artefacts of 1690 found in Limerick: The Irish Times, September 23, 2000

Ryan to spearhead D.C. museum effort: Irish Echo, September 20, 2000

Historic Orange cottage reopens: The Irish Times, September 20, 2000

Remembering Dev's legacy: time for real examination: Sunday Business Post, September 10, 2000

Putting some flesh on a ghost at the outer edge: Ireland on Sunday, September 10, 2000

Cuchulainn was probably a comet, specialist claims: Irish News, September 9, 2000

395 years ago: Penal Laws introduced: The Irish Echo, September 6, 2000

Papers reveal plot to smear Parnell: The Irish Times, September 5, 2000

Irish colony in Russia suggested: The Irish Times, September 4, 2000

Wherever Green is Worn: The Irish Times, September 2, 2000

Catholic Primate to attend beatification: The Irish Times, September 2, 2000

Why our past is written in stone: The Irish Times, August 31, 2000

An Irishwoman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 31, 2000

Parnell was victim of dirty tricks by British: Irish News, August 30, 2000

Society may have been blinkered but we could still learn from the Long Fellow: Irish Examiner

Why in Ireland didn't the Reformation take hold in?: The Irish Times, August 28, 2000

Irish monk to be beatified with popes: The Irish Times, August 26, 2000

Disparate police forces merge despite unease: The Irish Times, August 26, 2000

HIDDEN BELFAST: Leona Breslin uncovers the secrets of Belfast City Cemetery: Irelandclick.com, August 24, 2000

Seeking Anglo-Irish answers 200 years on: Irish Independent, August 23, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 22, 2000

Professor asks if sacrifice Collins made was in vain: The Irish Times, August 21, 2000

True crime: Fairies, exorcism, politics: Ireland: Baltimore Sun, August 20, 2000

Dig reveals evidence of Troubles in Ulster 6,000 years ago: Independent on Sunday, August 20, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 19, 2000

A man of letters: Baltimore Sun, August 16, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 17, 2000

Dig find a boost for historic city: Irish News (Editorial), August 17, 2000

Archaeological finds give insight into Derry life in the Stone Age: Belfast Telegraph

Meath dig yields early Christian graves: The Irish Times, August 15, 2000

Bronze Age site in path of diggers: Belfast Telegraph, August 11, 2000

Distorting the true image of Pearse: The Irish Times, August 2, 2000

No 'romance' in brutal history of slaughter: Belfast Telegraph, July 27, 2000

Historic cottage birthplace of Order: Irish News, July 27, 2000

Divided by a common history: BBC, July 25, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, July 22, 2000

Struggling to right a wrong: Irish Post, July 19, 2000

The Machiavellian roots of the Union: Irish News, July 20, 2000

On the trail of Hitler's Irish cousins: Ireland on Sunday, July 16, 2000

Story of unlikely smuggler revealed: The Irish Times, July 15, 2000

Irish Hitlers: Irish Independent, July 15, 2000

Pearse brothers were men of action - Kiberd: The Irish Times, July 15, 2000

Bog treasures discovered: The Irish Times, July 13, 2000

How the battle of the Boyne earned its place in history : The Guardian, July 12, 2000

We should not forget that King Billy's victory at the Boyne was for liberty: The Times, July 12, 2000

Jews’ saviour wasn’t secretly working for the Nazis: Irish Examiner, July 12, 2000

Missing: one national treasure: The Irish Times, July 11, 2000

No case for 'cultural murder': The Irish Times, July 6, 2000

Pius IX, a saint? No way in hell...: Irish News, July 4, 2000

Vatican war hero may have been Nazi 'mole' : The Times, July 3, 2000

Fenians' arch enemy on way to sainthood: The Observer, July 2, 2000

Collins letters on display at museum: Irish Examiner, June 30, 2000

Ancient Celtic site draws pilgrims from all Europe: Boston Herald, June 26, 2000

Men murdered in 1922 remembered: Irish News, June 26, 2000

Scottish islanders remember Irish Famine dead: The Irish Times, June 24, 2000

Unionism’s first ever Catholic MP: Irish News, June 24, 2000

Archaeologist uncovers 6th century crozier in Offaly: The Irish Times, June 22, 2000

Peer for prisoners: The Irish Times, June 22, 2000

'Remarkable' collection donated to the Kennedy: The Irish Times, June 21, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 17, 2000

Staking claim to the tomb of the forgotten soldier: Irish News, June 13, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 12, 2000

Council chairman favours restoring historic monument: The Irish Times, June 7, 2000

NI veterans arrive in Dunkirk: BBC, June 2, 2000

WWI film to tell how Irish soldier spent four years in cupboard: Irish Independent, June 1, 2000

An Irishman's Dairy: The Irish Times, June 1, 2000

Newsreel of Rising may sell for up to £100,000: The Irish Times, May 31, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 29, 2000

Attempts to identify Irish dead of First World War: The Irish Times, May 29, 2000

North Africans may have beaten Celts to Ireland: The Sunday Times, May 28, 2000

Ireland still suffering from trouble caused by 1800 Act: The Irish Times, May 27, 2000

Cromwell's death mask stirs passions in Irish border town: The Independent, May 27, 2000

The fate of the Irish aboard the Titanic: Irish Independent, May 26, 2000

Residents protest as Cromwell’s death mask is displayed : Irish Examiner, May 22, 2000

No love for Irish on the 'Titanic': Ireland on Sunday, May 21, 2000

Anger over Cromwell death mask plan: BBC, May 19,2000

'Cultural murder' at the Four Courts: The Irish Times, May 18, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 18, 2000

How Ulster helped beat Hitler: Belfast Telegraph, May 15, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 9, 2000

Scientists to test Casement diaries: The Times, May 8, 2000

Claim that Casement diaries were forged: The Irish Times, May 8, 2000

`Little evidence Casement was homosexual': Sunday Business Post, May 7, 2000

Blair says British have released all the Casement files: The Sunday Times, May 7, 2000

Reunion with the past and what might have been: The Irish Times, May 6, 2000

Co Derry lad who turned the tide of US history: Andersonstown News, May 5, 2000

Veterans to mark Atlantic conflict: BBC, May 5, 2000

Symposium aims to shed new light on Casement: The Irish Times, May 3, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 2, 2000

IRA members 'infiltrated Britain's armed services': The Independent, April 28, 2000

British were worried at ’59 release of internees: The Examiner, April 28, 2000

Murder case airman 'was victim of conspiracy': The Independent, April 26, 2000

The lies told about the Easter Rising: Irish Examiner, April 24, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, April 24, 2000

Britain ignores history to avoid offending the Irish: The Sunday Times, April 23, 2000

Former IRA man tells of Nelson's Pillar attack: Ireland on Sunday, April 23, 2000

How verse saved poet laureate from the IRA: The Guardian, April 22, 2000

Video tells Williams story: Irish News, April 20, 2000

IRA feud ruined Nazi battle plan: Irish Independent, April 20, 2000

May the force be with us: Ireland on Sunday, April 16, 2000

Book of Kells is damaged: The Guardian, April 15, 2000

A radical Cork thinker who influenced Marx: The Irish Times, April 11, 2000

Even the medieval dogs in the street knew they were for the pot: The Irish Times, April 3, 2000

Prague's eerie echoes of home: The Sunday Times, April 2, 2000

Historic graves to be restored: Irish News, March 27, 2000

Field site of ancient cemetery: The Irish Times, March 23

Researchers Trace Roots of Irish and Wind Up in Spain: New York Times, March 23, 2000

Gaelic surnames prove that we're a race apart: Irish Independent, March 23, 2000

The real St Patrick: Belfast Telegraph, March 17, 2000

Age-old plot against Larkin revealed by FBI: Irish News, March 17, 2000

Irish Famine Garden sows controversy: Albany Times Union, March 17, 2000

Mystery of St Patrick’s boat fare unearthed: Irish News, March 17, 2000

A touch of the old sod, brogue and all, in the heart of Quebec: Boston Globe, March 16, 2000

Famine took heavy toll on caring Protestant ministers: The Examiner, March 16, 2000

Our love of Lynch blinds us to his failures: The Examiner, March 15, 2000

IRA offered to decommission in 1923: by Ed Moloney (Sunday Tribune), March 12, 2000

Measuring the present against Seven Ages: Sunday Business Post, March 6, 2000

Histories of friars interwoven with towns: The Irish Times, March 1, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 29, 2000

The suspicion that swayed Presbyterians: The Irish Times, February 29, 2000

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 24, 2000

Turning a blind eye to the casualties of our Civil War: The Examiner, February 23, 2000

Churchill used Collins’ guerrilla tactics as blueprint during war: The Examiner, January 28, 2000

Sacked teacher case reopened after 86 years: The Examiner, January 26, 2000

Hanged IRA man’s vision: Irish News, January 22, 2000

Resolutely republican view of Irish history: The Irish Times, January 21, 2000

How Britain shunned second Dáil Eireann: Sunday Business Post, January 16, 2000

Treasure discovered in Irish cave: The Guardian, January 15, 2000

Colonial past ensured an educational revolution: The Irish Times, January 15, 2000

Casement 'found peace' in prison before execution: The Irish Times, January 3, 2000

The one man who embodied our idea of a nation: Sunday Independent, January 2, 2000

Reformation: Playing the Catholic card: Irish Independent, December 31, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 31, 1999

The rise and fall of the holy Roman empire: Irish Independent, December 31, 1999

Principle and pragmatism in Fethard-on-Sea, 1957: The Irish Times, December 30, 1999

Ireland’s close encounter with German U-Boat: The Examiner, December 30, 1999

Ahern begins probe on Casement sex diaries: The Sunday Times, December 26, 1999

The dream of old, Celtic Ireland is just a fantasy: The Sunday Times, December 26, 1999

In Ireland's Bethlehem: Irish Independent, December 21, 1999

An Irishman's Dairy: The Irish Times (about Brian Bóru), December 21, 1999

Liberator O'Connell is Man of Millennium: The Sunday Times, December 19, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 15, 1999

1,000 years older than Stonehenge : The Irish Times, December 14, 1999

An Ulsterman in New York: Belfast Telegraph, December 10, 1999

Family grave throws light on Irish Dark Ages: The Sunday Times, December 5, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 4, 1999

Round up the usual targets: Sunday Business Post (Editorial), November 21, 1999

Sailors who died in war: The Irish Times, November 22, 1999

Rise and fall of the Lord Protector: The Times, November 22, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 17, 1999

Guns in the Dáil: Belfast Telegraph, November 16, 1999

Tales of the Fenian knights: The Times, November 15, 1999

Relics of an Irish wreck get to US on Internet: The Times, November 15, 1999

At the disposal of the archbishop: The Irish Times, November 13, 1999

Soldiers join debate on the ‘great war’: Irish News, November 12, 1999

Saintly priest of Passchendaele: The Guardian, November 12, 1999

A soldier remembered: The Irish Times, November 11, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 10, 1999

Williams will not get IRA funeral: Irish News, November 8, 1999

Ignored: the 'conquerors' who held sway for 1,000 years: The Times, November 8, 1999

History professor condemns McQuaid biography:Sunday Business Post, November 7, 1999

McQuaid behind claim on North: The Sunday Times, November 7, 1999

Mystery of Easter rising man's empty grave: The Sunday Times, November 7, 1999

Long history of forming the leaders of Ireland: The Irish Times, November 6, 1999

The rebirth of an Irish-Canadian legend: Toronto Globe and Mail, November 3, 1999

From North and South, they died in battle: The Times, November 3, 1999

Man at centre of Fethard controversy has died: The Irish Times, October 20, 1999

Turning our backs on the fire of life: The Irish Times, October 19, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, October 19, 1999

The odd couple: leader of Irish Blueshirts and the gay actor: The Sunday Times, October 17, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, October 16, 1999

Uncertain steps to a modern state: The Irish Times, October 12, 1999

Learning from 'those who have suffered too': Irish News, October 11, 1999

Bravery wins through 54 years on, Belfast statue for Catholic awarded VC: The Guardian, October 9, 1999

Planting democracy in an island of hate: The Irish Times, October 5, 1999

Joy as city council honours McCracken ­ after 201 years: Irish News, October 1, 1999

A bloody sweet time to fight and die: The Irish Times, September 28, 1999

US spy made wartime bid to unite Ireland: The Sunday Times, September 26, 1999

Kipling, Ireland and unionism: Belfast Telegraph, September 22, 1999

Snuggling up to the British Lion: The Irish Times, September 21, 1999

Taking a closer look at ancient bogland sites: The Irish Times, September 9, 1999

Exploring the Irish role in American Civil War: The Irish Times, September 7, 1999

Irish farmers destroying ancient sites: The Sunday Times, September 5, 1999

At last the ghosts are ready to tell their tale: Irish News, September 2, 1999

Orphans of the Famine: The Irish Times, August 28, 1999

Historian argues for accepting songs in context: The Irish Times, August 25, 1999

'The greatest achievement of Collins': The Irish Times, August 23, 1999

From Irish famine to Maryland shore: Baltimore Sun, August 16, 1999

Unique Irish site casts new light on early Christians: The Sunday Times, August 8, 1999

'Asgard' enthusiasts fear for future of Childers' yacht: The Irish Times, August 7, 1999

Republican plot to kill big Jim in New York: Irish News, August 3, 1999

Plot to poison Jim Larkin in 1919 unearthed in US: The Irish Times, August 3, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, July 27, 1999

The Krakatoa was ninety for first united Ireland: Irish Independent, July 26, 1999

Outcry as secret gay life of Irish hero is 'proved': The Observer, July 25, 1999

Irish whose luck ran out at Little Bighorn: Irish News, June 29, 1999

Plot thickens over de Valera's parentage: The Sunday Times, June 27, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 25, 1999

Yesterday's villains, today's heroes: Sunday Independent, June 13, 1999

Ancient capital unearthed?: Irish News, June 10, 1999

C of I Famine record gave no cause for apology: The Irish Times, June 8, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 3, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 2, 1999

Levellers 'friends of Ireland': The Irish Times, May 15, 1999

How the Irish played a key role in birth of Quebec: Irish News, May 10, 1999

A love divided: The Irish Times, May 8, 1999

Mgr Faul slams ‘revisionist’ book on Cromwell killings: Irish News, May 8, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 5, 1999

Connell must pay the price for terrible past: The Sunday Times, May 2, 1999

Cromwell's Irish campaign was beyond reproach, says historian: The Sunday Times, May 2, 1999

Discovery suggests Lundy's strategy: The Irish Times, May 1, 1999

Riddle of the legs in the bog: The Irish Times, April 30, 1999

Cartographer uncovers secrets of Knowth carvings: The Irish Times, April 28, 1999

State's role in church wrongs: The Irish Times, April 27, 1999

Catholics to boycott Cromwell event: BBC, April 25, 1999 Fair Play at Last: The Irish Times (Editorial)

Knowth may surpass glory of Newgrange: The Irish Times, April 12, 1999

Celts were a ‘cultural construct': Irish News, April 8, 1999

Pearse was not a racist: his poetry is misjudged: The Irish Times, April 6, 1999

Surprise change of status to independent republic: The Irish Times, April 5, 1999

MacBride's spinning set up a Taoiseach on tour: The Irish Times, April 6, 1999

Cork's ethnic cleansing exposed in masterpiece: The Sunday Times, April 4, 1999

Betjeman 'spied for Britain' in Dublin: The Sunday Times, March 21, 1999

A Welshman in Ireland: The Guardian, March 20, 1999

Patrick: the Briton who gave his all for the sake of Ireland: Irish News, March 15, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 1, 1999

Dismissal followed discounting of rumours: The Irish Times, February 27, 1999

Irish join forces to build replica famine flagship: The Times, February 22, 1999

How 'neutral' Ireland helped Britain win the war: The Irish Times, January 30, 1999

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, January 27, 1999

Britain and Ireland had secret war link: Irish News, January 27, 1999

MI5 papers allege plot on Casement assassination: The Irish Times, January 27, 1999

Why the Nazis bombed Dublin: Independent on Sunday, January 24, 1999

Heroic failure's disputed legacy: The Sunday Times, January 25, 1999

Underground government founded State: The Irish Times, January 23, 1999

Seventy years trying to clear his name: The Irish Times, January 23, 1999

Dáil’s first day ­ 80 years on: Irish News, January 21, 1999

Did British missile hit Flight 712?: The Guardian, January 11, 1999

Last words on the Rising: The Irish Times, January 6, 1999

The Gathering Storm: The Irish Times, January 2, 1999

RUC called first rights march ‘IRA gathering’: Irish News, January 2, 1999

Standing at the crossroads’: Irish News, January 1, 1999

Craig warns of massive backlash by loyalists: Irish News, January 1, 1999

Cromwell bids for radio crown: Irish News, December 29, 1998

Did FBI foil an IRA plot to kill the king?: The Sunday Times, December 27, 1998

German flier asks forgiveness for bombing: The Irish Times, December 23, 1998

Was the bombing of Dublin really a Luftwaffe mistake?: The Irish Times, December 23, 1998

Many myths dispelled during 1798 anniversary: The Irish Times, December 21, 1998

Sex shame of a Fenian hero revealed in Keneally book: The Sunday Times, December 20, 1998

The Great Escape: The Irish Times, December 19, 1998

Civil War shattered belief in our uniqueness: The Irish Times, December 18, 1998

‘Lundy a hero not a villain’ - Doherty: Irish News, December 9, 1998

A great vindicator: The Irish Times, December 3, 1998

Ireland’s famine story has stirred the soul of America: Irish News, December 1, 1998

Black diary is a red herring: The Irish Times, November 28, 1998

Plans to celebrate Cromwell's birth: The Irish Times, November 25, 1998

Croppies' Acre dedicated as 1798 memorial: The Irish Times, November 23, 1998

Letter casts light on fate of 'Lusitania': The Irish Times, November 17, 1998

Honour the soldiers, but remember our shameful past: The Sunday Times, November 15, 1998

Mayo emigrant ended up hero of Vietnam war: The Irish Times, November 14, 1998

Two traditions united at last on Belgian battlefield: The Irish Times, November 12, 1998

Irish Vietnam dead honoured: The Irish Times, November 12, 1998

We should remember them with honour and pride: Irish Independent, November 11, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 11, 1998

Ireland buries its bitterness: Electronic Telegraph, November 11, 1998

Remembering Ireland's Dead: The Irish Times (Editorial), November 11, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 10, 1998

President McAleese told of Masons' role in 1798 Rising: The Irish Times, November 10, 1998

Remembering the Irish dead of two world wars: Irish News, November 9, 1998

Memorial to great war helps heal more recent Irish scars: The Sunday Times, November 8, 1998

We must never forget war dead: Irish News (Editorial), November 7, 1998

Retracing history of a major Irish export road: The Irish Times, November 3, 1998

Tests may explain mystery of ancient bog bodies: The Irish Times, October 29, 1998

Author insists Lusitania carried munitions: The Irish Times, October 27, 1998

Unknown soldiers: The Guardian, October 24, 1998

'American Civil War empowered the Irish': The Irish Times, October 19, 1998

Carving out a future: The Irish Times, October 17, 1998

Turning the Famine into corporate celebration: The Irish Times, October 16, 1998

Collins hit out at the murder of Catholics: Irish News, October 15, 1998

Irish role in US civil war remembered: The Irish Times, October 13, 1998

McAleese remembers namesake who died on ship: The Irish Times, October 12, 1998

A towering tribute to forgotten Irish heroes: The Times, October 9, 1998

Flanders Irish war memorial completed: The Irish Times, October 5, 1998

Irish ballads and the American Civil War: The Irish Times, September 29, 1998

Fresh news from the past: The Irish Times, September 22, 1998

A perfect tribute to 2 good men: Albany Times Union, September 18, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, September 7, 1998

Irish dead of American Civil War recalled: The Irish Times, September 1, 1998

Irish government agrees to help restore historic vessel: Boston Globe, August 30, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 26, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 17, 1998

Women's rebellion role wiped from history: The Irish Times, August 15, 1998

Scholars challenge 1798 'half-truths': The Irish Times, August 11, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 7, 1998

Tomb older than pyramids found in Sligo: The Irish Times, August 4, 1998

Haloes get locked as blarney identifies Somerset village as the birthplace of St Patrick: The Observer, August 2, 1998

Plaque in Clare honours O'Brien: The Irish Times, July 30, 1998

Taoiseach to announce purchase of 'Warhouse': The Irish Times, July 29, 1998

Attempt to unravel mystery of Navan: Irish News, July 23, 1998

EXECUTION IN BELFAST: Irish News, July 18, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, July 18, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, July 16, 1998

Orangemen backed by Pope. Top English general was French. But that's how it was at the Battle of the Boyne: The Observer, July 12, 1998

Letters show Casement knew Irish mission was hopeless: The Irish Times, July 3, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 30, 1998

Building on a shared experience: The Irish Times, June 25, 1998

Row blocks bid to exhume body of Kevin Barry: The Sunday Times, June 14, 1998

Orange Order marks 1798: The Irish Times, June 13, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 8, 1998

Demolishing the myths at Tara: The Irish Times, May 30, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 29, 1998

Beware when men call out liberty's name: The Sunday Times, May 24, 1998

Day in May that saw the beginning of Irish rebellion: The Irish Times, May 23, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 19, 1998

Referendums will end Dev's bid to undo 1921 Treaty: The Irish Times, May 14, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 6, 1998

More on The 'Irish Battalion': Washington Post (letter to the editor), May 1, 1998

Hitler's Irish propaganda machine: The Irish Times, April 25, 1998

Tom Barry 'lied about massacre': The Sunday Times, April 19, 1998

Time to reflect on the Titanic: Irish News, April 14, 1998

The enigma of Dev - the man from God knows where: The Irish Times, April 10, 1998

The ambivalence of de Valera: The Irish Times, April 9, 1998

Attacks on Rising as common as Easter eggs: The Irish Times, April 7, 1998

McQuaid and his access to Dev: The Irish Times, April 7, 1998

A republican shaped by the War of Independence: The Irish Times, April 7, 1998 (article about Bertie Ahern's Mother)

Schindler author pens famine epic: The Sunday Times, April 5, 1998

An Irishman's Diary, The Irish Times, March 26, 1998

Aer Lingus plane 'was brought down': The Irish Times, March 25, 1998

Whose year is it anyway?: The Irish Times, March 24, 1998

Presbyterian minister was a true Irishman: Irish News, March 23, 1998

Bringing John Redmond in from the cold: The Irish Times, March 18, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 17, 1998

They seek roots in the 'auld sod': Albany Times Union, March 15, 1998

Forget 'Celtic purity' we are all mongrels: The Sunday Times, March 15, 1998

Fascinating insights on Irish history: The Irish Times, March 13, 1998

Asterix Celtic v English Nationalists: Electronic Telegraph, March 12, 1998

A timely tribute to the ‘father of republicanism’: Irish News, March 10, 1998

Archeologists discover Irish Hadrian's Wall: The Sunday Times, March 8, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 6, 1998

`The Walking Gallows' of 1798: The Irish Times, March 4, 1998

Slieveardagh to mark 1848: The Irish Times, March 4, 1998

Remember the loyal Catholics of Ireland: The Irish Times, March 3, 1998

The killing of Roger Casement: The Guardian, February 28, 1998

His county does not need him: The Irish Times, February 25, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 21, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, February 18, 1998

California reads up on the Irish famine: Irish News, February 18, 1998

Re-writing the famine story as a 'fairytale': Irish News, February 10, 1998

Faul contests claim on hierarchy's Orange state boycott: Irish News, February 7, 1998

An object lesson in the proper use of Irish memory: The Irish Times, February 6, 1998

Beirut hostage to present series on United Irishmen: Irish News, February 5, 1998

Lemass kept agnostic musings private: The Irish Times, January 27, 1998

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, January 24, 1998

Good men, like YOU men, Remember '98: Irish News, January 24, 1998

Television takes its best shot yet at taboo war: The Irish Times, January 22, 1998

Thanks for the memory: The Irish Times, January 21, 1998

Ancient paddles found in bog mystify experts: The Irish Times, January 15, 1998

1798 - The Lost Leaders: The Irish Times, January 10, 1998

Year only starts the long debate on '98: The Irish Times, January 7, 1998

Dangers lie in the romanticising of 1798: The Irish Times, January 6, 1998

IRA targeted police prior to troubles: Irish News, January 2, 1998

Stormont's suspicion Fitt's 'IRA sympathies': Irish News, January 2, 1998

Unionist EEC fears revealed in '67 files: Irish News, January 1, 1998

On Flanders Field: The Irish Times, December 30, 1997

Wolfe Tone appointed agent after split: The Irish Times, December 30, 1997

Irish intoxicated by air of revolution: The Irish Times, December 29, 1997

Ireland's first famine had nothing to do with spuds: Irish News, December 27, 1997

Exhibits reveal historic Irish exodus: The Irish Times, December 24, 1997

The hiding game: The Sunday Business Post, December 21, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, December 19, 1997

Lundy's day hails the defence of civil liberty: Irish News, December 11, 1997

Twists and myths mask plurality of '98: The Irish Times, December 9, 1997

They Fear To Speak of '98: The Irish Times, December 9, 1997

Days of doubt long gone on States 75th birthday: The Irish Times, December 6,1997

A difficult birth: The Irish Times, December 6, 1997

Civil War lost billions to the economy: The Irish Times, December 6, 1997

De Gaulle's love of Ireland based on fatherland ideal: The Irish Times, December 4, 1997

Picturing the Famine: The Irish Times, December 2, 1997

1916 Proclamation may raise £20,000: The Irish Times, December 2, 1997

De Valera 'refused to save Jews': The Sunday Times, November 30, 1997

Lemass approach may yet bear fruit in North: The Irish Times, November 25, 1997

Our unique party system 'part of deValera legacy': The Irish Times, November 24, 1997

'Forgotten' Irish famine killed 500,000: The Sunday Times, November 23, 1997

Britain and US 'rejected' Irish defence proposals: The Irish Times, November 21, 1997

From heroic wife to general's widow: The Irish Times, November 18, 1997

Death of the best informed German during war: The Irish Times, November 8, 1997

Scourge of the revisionists: Sunday Business Post, November 2, 1997 (second half is interesting)

Irish remembered on battlefield: The Irish Times, November 1, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, October 30, 1997

Author claims Lemass killed army officer on Bloody Sunday: The Sunday Times, October 26, 1997

British spies targeted Irish groups in US: The Irish Times, October 23, 1997

The playwright politician: The Irish Times, October 22, 1997

Remembering Irishmen who fought in American Civil War: Irish News, October 21, 1997

'Tower' shines a light on Famine's dark days: The Irish Times, October 21, 1997

A leader enlightened in politics and religion: Irish News, October 14, 1997

The Casement conundrum: The Irish Times, October 14, 1997

Who owns Casement?: The Irish Times, October 14, 1997

13th century hall offers a glimpse of garrison town: The Irish Times, October 13, 1997

I helped Hitler bomb Belfast, says IRA man: Electronic Telegraph, October 12, 1997

Raging famine debate serves food for thought: Irish News, October 7, 1997

Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, October 6, 1997

Flight of the Presbyterians: Irish News, October 4, 1997

The Irish Famine: Complicity in Murder: Washington Post, September 27, 1997 (letters to the editor)

Ireland's Famine Wasn't Genocide: Washington Post, September 17, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, September 16, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, September 15, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, September 12, 1997

The Irish Martyrs' of Mexico: The Irish Times, September 11, 1997

Historians analyse origins of Garda, RUC: The Irish Times, September 8, 1997

Republicanism emerged from invaders' scions: The Irish Times, September 2, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 27, 1997

De Valera pays tribute to Collins legacy: Irish News, August 23, 1997

IRB ties diminished Collins, says lecturer: The Irish Times, August 22, 1997

Restaging of 1922 takeover to mark anniversary: The Irish Times, August 16, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 15, 1997

Nation-builder in advance of his time: The Irish Times, August 9, 1997

Film failed to do justice to death of Harry Boland: The Irish Times, August, 5, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 2, 1997

Linking Colmcille and Rome not such a 'devilish dodge': Irish News, June 30, 1997

Enlightened landlords who built Draperstown: Irish News, June 30, 1997

Nazi bombing of Dublin was 'not accidental': The Irish Times, June 19, 1997

Irish saint laid foundations of British Christianity: The Irish Times, June 17, 1997

Church took advantage of Famine, says paper: The Irish Times, June 7, 1997

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 6, 1997

Why Blair deserves bouquets for apology: The Irish Times, June 5, 1997

British Offer Half a Loaf: Daily News (Editorial), June 4, 1997

Blair apologises to Ireland for Potato Famine: Electronic Telegraph, June 2, 1997

Peel's aid was worth £500m in today's money, says historian: The Times, June 2, 1997

1922 pact has lessons for closer northern links: The Irish Times, March 31, 1997

Hunger for Truth: Daily News (Editorial - scroll down about half way through the file), March 18, 1997

Fears to speak of '98 recede as Orangemen seek role: The Irish Times, March 4, 1997

C of I not a sectarian target in 1798: The Irish Times, March 4, 1997

Collins stayed a republican 'at heart': The Irish Times, March 3, 1997

An unknown heroine who worked for Collins: The Irish Times, February 27, 1997

De Valera and Tories failed to see reality of republic: The Irish Times, January 10, 1997

Expert unearths real Collins story: Irish News, November 28, 1996

Agent purge was 'not as crushing as Collins said': Irish News, November 25, 1996

Irish Still Hunger For an Apology: New York Daily News, October 26, 1996

Britain guilty of genocide, says Governor: Electronic Telegraph, October 17, 1996

An Irish hell but not a holocaust: The Sunday Times, October 13, 1996

US 'clarifies' Irish history: The Sunday Times, October 13, 1996



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