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Articles from daily newspapers relevant to the debate on Irish history. Click on the timeline for a list of articles relevant to each era. Articles published before March 2001 are in a general list here. For more information or comments e-mail Newshound.

TIMELINE / ARCHIVE


General
Irish
History
Newgrange to
Anglo-Norman
Conquest
Silken Thomas
to Treaty
of Limerick
Penal Laws
to
Daniel
O'Connell
Famine
 

 
US
Civil War
to
Home Rule
WWI,
Easter Rising,
Irish
Civil War
Ireland
after
Partition
 
The Troubles
 
 
 
Emigration
 

 
                                                                                                                                                                         

 

up to 1500

1500 to 1700

1700 to 1840

1840 to 1860

1860 to 1914

1914 to 1923

1923 to 1969

'69 to Today

 

Twenty-five most recent articles:
 
Date posted
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
50,000 Famine Irish in US were deported back to Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jun. 21
"Our Ironclads on the James River" – The Collected Correspondence of "Garryowen": IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 21
Bear bone discovery pushes back date of human existence in Ireland by 2,500 years: Irish Independent
Jun. 21
Town commemorates 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ridgeway: Fort Erie Times
Jun. 5
An Irishman's Diary on the Battle of Ridgeway, the Fenian invasion of Canada in 1866: The Irish Times
Jun. 5
What's in an Alias – Civil War Widowhood, Remembrance & Identity in the Words of an "Old Irishwoman": IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 5
Irish Montrealers push for memorial to 6,000 immigrants who died of ship fever: Campbell River Mirror
Jun. 5
'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
'The sky went red,' says man who heard bombs fall on Dublin: Irish Independent
Jun. 5
4,800-year-old Newgrange bone leads to theory of dog origins: Irish Independent
Jun. 5
200 years of the Ha'penny Bridge – and it wouldn't be here today only for the 1916 Rising: Irish Independent
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



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