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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
Starch trek - How the Irish potato famine shaped the foundation of Ottawa: Ottawa Citizen, March 18, 2014
Jul. 22
Thomas Davis (1814 - 1845): A life and message still significant?: Irish Examiner, March 12, 2014
Jul. 22
Irish women who lived as men in the US Civil War, British Army: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jul. 22
From Hoopa - Captain Dougherty: Two Rivers Tribune
Jul. 22
Lynx-eyed hacks at Curragh mutiny: Leinster Leader
Jul. 22
Valour of Ireland's Cold War warriors: Belfast Telegraph
Jul. 22
1,000 year-old lump of 'bog butter' in Fermanagh bog: The News Letter
Jul. 22
February 1981 - New prison hunger strike to begin on 1st March: Derry Journal, February 18, 2014
Jul. 22
Cobh's historic Titanic pier sold: Irish Examiner, February 17, 2014
Jul. 22
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
Grave of VC hero finally marked: Glasgow Evening Times
Jul. 13
'If You Ever Want To See Him Alive…Come Immediately' - A Race Against Time For An Irish Soldier's Wife: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 13
Churches, such as that in Bohola, are a salute to heroic phase of modern Irish Catholicism: The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Drums that are rolled out each Twelfth of July: The News Letter
Jul. 13
The last of the Blasket evacuees - 'We weren't great mixers on the mainland': The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Rare Famine Ration book found - on show in St Mary's: Tipperary Star
Jul. 7
The history behind Napper Tandy and the wearing of the green: Carlow Nationalist
Jul. 7
Bombings that no-one could know about: Derry Journal
Jul. 7
Irish losses during liberation of Europe recalled in Dublin: The Irish Times
Jul. 7
American Independence Day - Remembering How Ireland Forgets: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 7



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