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Date posted
One Irish Jew from Eichmann's hit-list of 4,000 died in Holocaust: The News Letter
Mar. 26
Theresa May lays a wreath to an Ulsterman military leader in Washington: The News Letter
Mar. 26
Whitaker's heart was forever at one with Ireland and its people: Irish Independent
Mar. 26
Blitz was a horror without parallel in Belfast's history: The News Letter (Editorial)
Jan. 24
'Mayo Boy, Vietnam Hero' – The fascinating story of Patrick Gallagher: TheJournal.ie
Dec. 19
Historic papers found in a skip to be donated to the State: The Irish Times
Dec. 19
Winston Churchill spoke of his "longing" for a united Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Dec. 9
Diarmaid Ferriter – Haughey and Castro, cigars but not close: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
The Siege of Jadotville – the Irish against the odds: Galway Advertiser
Dec. 9
De Valera's dynamic & radical governments not matched – Martin: Clare Herald
Dec. 9
O'Malley 'bombshell' most effective policy by any minister ever: Irish Examiner
Dec. 9
Diarmaid Ferriter – Ireland has bowed to US firms since 1950s: The Irish Times
Nov. 25
Jadotville heroes honoured at last: Sunday Independent
Nov. 14
Come Out With Your Heads Up – An Irishman's Diary about the Siege of Jadotville: The Irish Times
Oct. 18
Why was SAS hero Paddy not honoured with Victoria Cross?: Belfast Telegraph
Oct. 18
Congo veterans honoured 55 years after Jadotville siege: Sunday Independent
Oct. 11
If you want the truth, forget the film and read Conor's great book: Sunday Independent
Oct. 11
'Irish Schindler' to be honoured in Cork: The Irish Times
Oct. 1
Rare footage of the Claddagh people revealed in Irish documentary from 1934: Irish Post
Aug. 29
At Gaelic Park, the Contest For Control Is Off the Field: New York Times, October 12, 1990
Aug. 29
The Siege of Jadotville – How the bravery of Irish UN soldiers was shunned: Derry Journal
Aug. 22
Some 4,000 Irish girls sent to Australia under orphan scheme: The Irish Times
Aug. 22
John A Costello was no lap dog of the Catholic heirarchy: The Irish Times
Aug. 3
Irish Congo war heroism will be finally recognised: Sunday Independent
Aug. 3
Zionists looked to Irish history: Irish Echo
Aug. 3
Remembering the woman who stood up to the Catholic Church over mixed marriage: TheJournal.ie
Aug. 1
Former Taoiseach Costello remembered at ceremony: RTE
Jul. 18
Power of Irish Church 'partly explains scandals': The Irish Times
Jul. 18
'The sky went red,' says man who heard bombs fall on Dublin: Irish Independent
Jun. 5
'A born natural orator' – Irish student's account of Hitler in 1921 emerges: The Guardian
May 21
Amhrán na bhFiann author had to sue State for royalties: The Irish Times
May 18
Belfast Blitz – Bombings 'aided reconciliation between north and the south': The News Letter
Apr. 21
An Irish salute to the 'Easter Rising' and the rise of a city: Omaha World-Herald
Apr. 21
Nationalism and Catholicism ruled at 50th anniversary of Rising: The Irish Times
Apr. 9
Belfast Blitz 75th Anniversary – a weekend of events: Irish News
Apr. 9
Yanks for the memories – How US troops said goodbye to the Triangle: Coleraine Times
Apr. 3
An Irishwoman's Diary on Nancy Corrigan, aviation pioneer and model: The Irish Times, January 5, 2015
Mar. 4
Good physics, bad chemistry – An Irishman's Diary about Alan Turing's Tipperary connections, and the dangers of marrying scientists: The Irish Times
Mar. 4
The day a 'H-bomb' floated ashore in Cork: Irish Examiner
Mar. 3
'If we let him go,' Dev warned the Dil, 'there will be others': Irish Examiner, December 5, 2014
Mar. 2
Ireland hoped to ship water to the Gulf by oil tankers from Whiddy: Irish Independent, December 27, 2014
Mar. 2
IRA prisoner on life sentence who escaped from Wakefield prison: The Irish Times
Jan. 24
Anne Harris – O'Riada's epic clash of cymbals became a clash of symbols: The Irish Times
Jan. 20
Secret files – Russia nearly dropped an atomic-powered spy satellite on Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jan. 20
Cowtown revisted – recalling Dublin Livestock Market: Irish Independent
Jan. 11
Bridge of Spies to tell story of Cold War's Rudolf Ivanovich Abel dealer Jim Donovan: Irish Examiner
Jan. 3
Connemara community remembers Dr Nol Browne: The Irish Times
DATE
'Friendly contact' – Garda intelligence and the 1930's IRA – guest piece by Brian Hanley: Cedar Lounge Revolution, November 25, 2015
Dec. 13
The days when our foreign policy was cringingly Catholic: Sunday Independent, November 23, 2014
Dec. 13
Queens World War II Marine killed in Pacific finally coming home: New York Daily News
Dec. 9
Spuds for secrets – an Irish second World War spy mission to Spain: The Irish Times
Dec. 8
Seán MacBride would not take on IRA involvement in murder: Village, June 1, 2015
Dec. 8
Ireland's war – Life during the Emergency: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dec. 8
'Dev and imperialism' by Donal Kennedy: JudeCollins.com
Dec. 7
Up to 12 Irish may have witnessed attack on Nagasaki: The Irish Times
Nov. 27
Tarlach Ó hUid: Derry Journal
Nov. 5
Coventry remembers 'forgotten' IRA bicycle bombing: The Irish Times
Nov. 5
Walter Heitler – the forgotten hero of Éamon de Valera's science push: The Irish Times
Nov. 5
How a Jewish grandmother made friends with the Irish mob: The Jewish Advocate
Oct. 30
The Irishman who built the internet – interview with Dennis Jennings: Silicon Republic
Oct. 30
Irish-Argentinians blazed a trail for rugby – when they ran out of hurleys: Irish Independent, October 17, 2015
Oct. 30
Dermot Ferriter – Echoes of an earlier tragedy in Carrickmines fire: The Irish Times, October 17, 2015
Oct. 30
Royal Ulster Rifles veteran unveils Korean War memorial: The News Letter
Oct. 12
Irish heroes of RAF during WWII recall days 'on a wing and a prayer': Sunday Independent
Oct. 5
An Irishman's Diary on how the Garda Band took the US by storm: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
Coronation that was 'banned' in Ireland: Sunday Independent
Sep. 17
VJ Day 70 years on – The Irish connection: The Irish Times
Sep. 2
Derry Jail and the IRA escape of 1943: Derry Journal
Sep. 2
Exhibition recounts the GI 'invasion' of Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Sep. 2
Virgin Mary apparitions remembered 30 years on: The Irish Times
Sep. 2
The Galway nun who witnessed the atomic bomb drop at Hiroshima: The Irish Times
Aug. 15
What happened to Belfast's radical Protestants?: Belfast Telegraph, February 3, 2014
Aug. 15
State wanted Aer Lingus to evacuate Irish if WW3 began: Irish Independent, November 21, 2014
Aug. 15
Archives show deference of Seán MacBride to Vatican on foreign policy: The Irish Times, November 17, 2014
Aug. 15
North Side family sent eight brothers to war: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jul. 29
Churchill spoke of his hopes for a united Ireland: The Irish Times, November 17, 2014
Jul. 29
An overlooked scandal that had echoes of earlier shotgun killing: Irish Examiner, November 14, 2014
Jul. 29
Justice came late for scapegoat airman: Belfast Media, November 17, 2014
Jul. 29
JFK in Ireland – The early visits of a future US president: Irish Examiner
Jul. 28
Opposition to Reagan's visit made little impact in White House: The Irish Times, December 27, 2014
Jul. 28
Irish trad group performed jigs for Rudolf Hess: The Irish Times, November 8, 2014
Jul. 24
Irish State secretly intervened in Italian 1948 general election: The Irish Times, November 17, 2014
Jul. 23
Our man in Nagasaki – Film to unlock secret of the Samurai: Irish Examiner, November 7, 2014
Jul. 23
The Ulster scientist who proved Einstein wrong: The News Letter, November 7, 2014
Jul. 9
Donegal man Liam Lawn's World War Two on board Lancaster bomber: BBC, November 4, 2014
Jul. 9
Wartime Ulster looking at peace in Telegraph images: Belfast Telegraph
Jul. 8
Letters reveal Alfie Byrne's secret life as a matchmaker: Sunday Independent
Jun. 30
The darling of Dublin – An Irishman's Diary about Alfie Byrne: The Irish Times
Jun. 21
Prince Charles fulfils lifelong dream with his historic visit to the Burren: Irish Independent
Jun. 3
When Eamon de Valera emerged the winner in the battle of the airwaves: Irish Examiner
May 15
Dublin woman found she was bred by Nazis for 'master' race: The Irish Times
May 15
Ireland officially left the British Commonwealth 66 years ago today: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, April 18, 2015
May 6
Éamon De Valera's moving tribute to Franklin Roosevelt that surprised critics: Irish Examiner
Apr. 24
Harry Gleeson, hanged for murder in 1941, to be pardoned: The Irish Times
Apr. 2
A brief look at Dublin's WWII air raid shelters: ComeHereToMe.com, May 12, 2014
Mar. 15
Not Dad's Army – The story of Northern Ireland's Home Guard: BBC
Mar. 2
TK Whitaker – 'Architect of modern Ireland' honoured at Dublin reception: BBC, October 24, 2014
Feb. 25
The mystery of the Man Utd star, Irish captain, and Barcelona manager who died a pauper: Irish Independent
Feb. 11
The spectre of unionism ... eerie images captured by ghost hunters in Sir James Craig's former home: Belfast Telegraph
Feb. 11
The day I said goodbye to Churchill: Sunday Independent
Feb. 11
Winston Churchill – The Irishman who taught him gift of the gab: BBC
Feb. 6
Church's hierarchy shows its colours: Irish Examiner, July 24, 2014
Jan. 20
Blair Mayne – SAS soldier who never got the Victoria Cross: BBC
Jan. 18
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks 1925 – Monument to William Gladstone By John Hughes (1865-1941): The Irish Times
Jan. 18
Families saw these homes as a solution to their shame and stigma: Irish Independent, June 6, 2014
Jan. 18
Garda 'exceeded powers' in detaining protesters during Reagan's 1984 visit: The Irish Times
Jan. 12
How did Hitler's scar-faced henchman become an Irish farmer?: BBC
Jan. 10
From deserter to hero of Dunkirk - The secret life of Frank 'Paddy' Ryan: Birmingham Mail
Jan. 10
Longford man hailed as 'Godfather of the Israeli Army': Longford Leader
Jan. 10
Wreck of SS Rowan - How jazz nearly didn't come to Ireland: The Irish Times
Jan. 10
Northern Ireland on brink as Reagan celebrates his roots: Irish Independent
Dec. 27
WT Cosgrave's achievements may have parallels with the recovery of national sovereignty in aftermath of banking collapse: The Irish Times
Dec. 27
Irish second World War veteran given France's highest honour: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
Roy Keane joins soccer icons to honour 'Don Patricio' the Irishman who managed Barcelona: Irish Post
Dec. 6
Irish translation of 'Dracula' funded by minister who slashed the old-age pension: The Irish Times, June 30, 2014
Dec. 1
Where were the men behind the mother and baby homes?: The Irish Times, July 10, 2014
Dec. 1
The forgotten Irish visit of Tricky Dicky: Sunday Independent, April 27, 2014
Nov. 22
'Friendly' turned into the Battle of Belfast: The Sunday Life, May 10, 2014
Nov. 22
Ireland's Phoney Neutrality during World War II: Irish Examiner, February 24, 2014
Oct. 24
Forgotten hero: Irish Echo
Oct. 16
Churchill obsessed with Irish D-Day leaks: The Irish Times, May 16, 2014
Oct. 4
Patrick O'Connell - the Irish saviour of Barcelona: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
The day Croke Park took on the mantle of the centre of democracy in Europe: The Irish Times
Sep. 30
Spanish civil war memorial removes 'stain of shame' in Limerick: Limerick Post
Sep. 24
Jackie Kennedy's letters to an Irish priest reveal her hopes and heartache from White House years: New York Daily News
Sep. 9
Jackie's 1950s visits to Ireland recalled in letters to Dublin priest: The Irish Times
Sep. 9
The night Nelson lost his head: Evening Herald
Sep. 4
Puritanical Ireland's great poster cover-up: Irish Examiner
Sep. 4
An Irishman's Diary on radio's early days in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Sep. 2
Coventry IRA bombing - The 'forgotten' attack on a British city: BBC
Aug. 27
Mother and baby homes were symptoms of a traumatised society after Civil War: The Irish Times
Aug. 27
The forgotten Irish visit of Tricky Dicky: Sunday Independent
Jul. 27
Valour of Ireland's Cold War warriors: Belfast Telegraph
Jul. 22
The last of the Blasket evacuees - 'We weren't great mixers on the mainland': The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Ireland's portrayal of itself as the purist, holiest or richest country has brought us lies and exclusion: The Irish Times
Jul. 7
Deserted Achill Island settlement lives on in century-old journal: The Irish Times
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
Reported in the News Letter on June 28, 1950 - Irish PM quizzed over Captain Cowan's 'private army': The News Letter
Jun. 29
Why did the Irish volunteer as British officers in WWII?: The Irish Times
Jun. 29
American troops made up a quarter of Fermanagh's population before D-Day: Impartial Reporter
Jun. 29
Unionist 'wrongly escaped charges in Kincora boys home paedophile scandal': The News Letter, December 30, 2013
Jun. 24
An illegitimate child could sink a family further into poverty: Irish Independent
Jun. 24
The Haughey factor - why Frank Aiken really retired from party politics: The Irish Times
Jun. 24
Sir John Gorman death - Tributes to politician and war hero who left a lasting legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Jun. 16
A History of Irish New York in 100 Objects - An Irishman's Diary about the Big Green Apple: The Irish Times
Jun. 16
Jackie Kennedy sought copies of All Hallows letters to Fr Leonard: The Irish Times
Jun. 12
Church to meet over memorial for 800 babies at mass grave: Irish Independent
Jun. 12
Warped worldview led to Tuam horror: Sunday Independent
Jun. 12
Protestant or Catholic, the short lives of these children must be given some respect: The Irish Times
Jun. 12
Dev's green-tinted Utopia suddenly looks a very dark place for comely maidens: Irish Independent
Jun. 12
How Blacksod lighthouse changed the course of the Second World War: Sunday Independent
Jun. 11
The true story behind Ken Loach's new movie Jimmy's Hall: Irish Post
Jun. 11
The people should say sorry too: Irish Examiner, March 1, 2013 [Editorial]
Jun. 11
War hero and Ulster Unionist 'one of a kind': The News Letter
Jun. 11
Guinness Saved Ireland: Irish America
Jun. 4
Jimmy Gralton - a deported Irishman's return: The Irish Times
Jun. 4
Jackie's 1950s visits to Ireland recalled in letters to Dublin priest: The Irish Times
May 25
The unlikely friendship between a beautiful, wealthy 21-year-old American student and an Irish priest: The Irish Times
May 25
Irish diplomats used as American spies: Irish Examiner
May 25
Search on for Belfast Blitz children - Orphans 'adopted' by US workers at Lockheed during Second World War: Belfast Telegraph
May 25
The story of the Moate soldier who was killed on D-Day: Westmeath Independent, August 10, 2011
May 25
US Army take over county as they prepare for D-Day: Impartial Reporter, February 11, 2014
May 9
Maud Gonne sought widow's allowance: The Irish Times, January 17, 2014
May 9
Guests of the nation - An Irishman's Diary about the Jewish diaspora in Ireland: The Irish Times
May 4
Lost graves of four Ulster heroes who fell in China found: Belfast Telegraph
Apr. 27
World War II veteran has fond memories of Ireland: Smith Mountain Eagle
Apr. 27
'Swastika' match programme on sale: Irish Independent
Apr. 12
State feared Guinness objections over plan to make harp logo a trademark: The Irish Times
Apr. 12
'Disgraceful' Irish report on Kristallnacht goes on display in Germany: The Irish Times, November 9, 2013
Apr. 6
How Éamon de Valera's GAA spat kicked off: Irish Examiner, November 13, 2013
Apr. 6
Memorial to Ireland's only Holocaust victim unveiled: The Irish Times
Mar. 28
Mandela honour dismissed in 1983: Belfast Telegraph
Mar. 28
Former Irish cadets return to Kennedy graveside: The Irish Times, November 25, 2013
Mar. 24
Movement grows to honor fearless Irish immigrant killed while Marine in Vietnam War: New York Daily News
Mar. 24
Belfast's Monuments Man - GI Teddy Dixon recalls retrieving art looted by Nazis: BBC
Mar. 14
Connaught Rangers mutiny - a far-away conflict brought home in new archive: The Irish Times
Mar. 11
The Banker's Irish connection: The Irish Times
Feb. 26
A tale from Ireland that will stir the blood even make it boil: The Independent
Feb. 26
Whiddy Island disaster survivor recalls horror of tragedy that claimed 50 lives: The Irish Times, January 9, 2014
Feb. 26
RTÉ's 1976 documentary on Irish involvement in the Spanish Civil War: Cedar Lounge Revolution
Feb. 26
Catherine O'Flaherty – My grand-uncle, the brave priest who defied the Nazis: Irish Independent, October 30, 2013
Feb. 24
Haughey received last of Lemass IRA pension: The Irish Times
Feb. 7
Obituary: Betty Cooper - Modest, jolly shopkeeper cast into sectarian boycott of 1957: Sunday Independent
Feb. 7
THE WAY WE WERE: Paisley lends his support to successful Unionist candidate: The News Letter, November 4, 2013
Jan. 27
Guinness planned to advertise in Nazi Germany with posters featuring Zeppelins and Swastika flags: Daily Mail
Jan. 21
Ireland encounters jazz: The Irish Times
Jan. 14
What if John A. Costello had not declared the Republic in 1948?: Cedar Lounge Revolution
Jan. 8
Review may clear farmer hanged over killing in 1940: Irish Independent
Jan. 8
His life fulfilled the Irish dream. His death shattered it.: Boston Globe, November 23, 2013
Dec. 31
Michael Blaney and Raymond Kelly honoured in Newry: BBC
Dec. 31
Time to right injustice that cost two lives 73 years ago: Evening Herald
Dec. 31
Irish ambassador questioned 'Reaganomics': Irish Examiner
Dec. 31
Fallen U.S. servicemen commemorated: Belfast Telegraph
Dec. 2
On the edge of war: The Irish Times, June 25, 2013
Dec. 2
Island commemorates Britain's handover of country's last 'treaty port' 75 years on: Irish Examiner
Dec. 2
When Irish criminals knew they'd 'swing' for the very worst crimes: Irish Independent
Dec. 2
JFK's Irish driver in Dallas was secret member of anti-Catholic Orange Order: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Nov. 29
JFK's driver Bill Greer 'harboured no anti-Catholic sentiments': The News Letter
Nov. 29
JFK's death 'was deeply felt by each of the people of Ireland': The Irish Times
Nov. 29
First ever meeting of President and British royalty was in Sligo: Sligo Weekender
Nov. 29
Stewartstown man who was JFK's driver still focus of conspiracies: Tyrone Times
Nov. 22
Humble Stewartstown background of US President JFK's driver Bill Greer: The News Letter
Nov. 22
John F. Kennedy gave new luster to Irish pride; 1960 election recalled as a coming of age: Bergin Record
Nov. 22
Tyrone-born JFK driver mired in conspiracy was in Orange Order: The News Letter
Nov. 22
Prime Minister Terence O'Neill's bizarre plan to drain Lough Neagh to create seventh county: Belfast Telegraph
Nov. 22
Just months after 'finest honor guard' moved JFK on Ireland visit, they salute him at funeral: Washington Post
Nov. 18
JFK planned to return to Ireland to see his relatives privately, but it wasn't to be: Belfast Telegraph
Nov. 18
Clonakilty to investigate possible blood-link between JFK and Collins: Irish Examiner
Nov. 18
JFK - 'They have shot him! They have shot him!' cried my elderly American lecturer: Sunday Independent
Nov. 18
Irishman who took on Hitler 'should be honoured': Irish Post
Nov. 10
Hero priest who saved thousands from Nazis is honoured: Irish Independent
Nov. 10
70th anniversary of leading Derry republican's death to be marked: Derry Journal
Nov. 10
A window of opportunity: The Irish Times, June 19, 2013
Nov. 6
Torn between North and South, Celtic legend Sean Fallon was left with no option after threats on his family: Irish Mirror
Nov. 6
Recalling the Dublin baby snatching cases that had a happy ending: Irish Examiner
Nov. 6
Lord Castlereagh – Europe's forgotten father: BBC
Nov. 6
Rifle used at JFK funeral to go on display: Irish Independent
Oct. 21
THE WAY WE WERE: Ulster PM – B Specials have helped to keep IRA raiders out of Province: The News Letter
Oct. 21
Why we have an enduring fascination with Haughey: Irish Independent
Oct. 21
Cables prove there is no such thing as a free St Patrick's Day lunch in the White House: The Irish Times
Oct. 21
Priest who saved lives of thousands to be honoured: Irish Examiner
Oct. 17
Call for Carrickfergus-born Sean Lester to be honoured: BBC
Oct. 17
Charlie Haughey, a sterling windfall and the republican legacy: Irish Independent
Oct. 14
Background – Rupture of 'Georgian Mile' prompted widespread opposition: The Irish Times
Oct. 14
Wreath-laying marks end of Irish pardon campaign: Sunday Independent
Oct. 4
From Moate to Mexico: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
The deal that safeguarded Ireland's neutrality: Irish Examiner
Oct. 4
The Irish angle: Irish Independent
Oct. 4
Gangsters and Goodfellas: the long journey from Ballyshannon to a New York jail cell: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
US dismissive about summit between Haughey and Gorbachev: The Irish Times
Sep. 27
WT Cosgrave's 1928 hero's welcome in US recalled at summer school: The Irish Times
Sep. 27
Letters show Lavery 'frozen' in grief by O'Higgins's death: Sunday Independent
Sep. 18
The Irish Nationalist And The Nazi: When Eamon De Valera Paid His Respects To Adolf Hitler: International Business Times
Sep. 16
How Al Capone pal helped out WT Cosgrave: Irish Independent
Aug. 31
Local link to US war disaster: Drogheda Independent
Aug. 31
Torpedoed ship sent to Ireland amid tensions: Irish Examiner
Aug. 26
Fitting tribute to Dev's diplomatic masterstroke: Irish Independent (Editorial)
Aug. 26
When Ireland woke up: The Irish Times, June 19, 2013
Aug. 11
The journey, visit and remembering: The Progress (Caldwell, NJ), July 12, 2013
Aug. 11
Haughey sought 'preferential treatment' for Ireland from US on tax: The Irish Times
Aug. 11
Irish veterans of Korean war recall conflict: BBC, July 25, 2013
Aug. 5
'Isn't he the image of Honey Fitz?': Irish Examiner
Jul. 17
Innocent days when JFK was High King of Ireland: Irish Independent
Jul. 17
Derry was Allies' best-kept secret in Battle of Atlantic: Derry Journal
Jul. 17
Pardon for 100 Westmeath men who fought with Allies in war: Westmeath Examiner
Jul. 17
Dev was right to stay neutral and demand loyalty from troops: Irish Independent
Jul. 17
Denigrating neutrality during second World War has become fashionable: The Irish Times
Jul. 12
US Marines' gift returns to Londonderry: BBC
Jul. 12
When Joe Kennedy visited Ireland: The Irish Times, July 9, 2013
Jul. 10
When Kennedy euphoria swept the country: The Irish Times, June 19, 2013
Jul. 10
President Eisenhower in the frame at City Hall: The News Letter
Jul. 10
The Gathering? It's nothing new: The Irish Times
Jul. 4
JFK & the cadets: Irish Independent
Jul. 4
He sang 'Boys of Wexford' with us: The Irish Times
Jul. 4
The Irish Hitler – the strange tale of Bridget Hitler and the Nazi leader: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jul. 4
Post-war food donations led to album of thanks from starving German children to 'you Irelanders': The Irish Times
Jul. 4
Parties joined forces for first president: The Irish Times
Jun. 24
Census lost – Historic 1926 NI records may be destroyed: BBC
Jun. 24
Famous Kennedy speech in New Ross in 1963 was only 300 words: The Irish Times
Jun. 20
Why Kennedy was reluctant to discuss Irish partition: Irish Independent
Jun. 20
50 years since JFK, but it may as well be a hundred: Galway Advertiser (Editorial)
Jun. 20
Pardoned Irish soldier honours WWII comrades: The Irish Times
Jun. 20
No complexity to this simple act of decency: Sunday Independent
Jun. 20
Memorial remembers unnamed blitz victims: UTV Internet
Jun. 20
State's first banned book to be published for first time in 80 years: The Irish Times
Jun. 16
Veterans converge on Londonderry for Battle of Atlantic commemoration: The News Letter
Jun. 16
Apology to World War II veterans is welcome: Irish Independent (Editorial)
Jun. 16
Antonia Leslie – Great Scott! Was Gatsby Irish?: Irish Independent
Jun. 8
Magee College's secret Battle of the Atlantic bunker: BBC
Jun. 5
Appeal for memories of JFK's Irish visit: The Irish Times
Jun. 5
Brave sailors deserve recognition for vital role: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)
Jun. 3
A judgment of error: The Irish Times, May 30, 2013
June 1
John Coulter rewinds 70 years to the day GIs landed: Belfast Telegraph
June 1
Did Antrim's notorious 'Doctor Death' go to his grave with 300 murders on his conscience?: Belfast Telegraph
June 1
Memorial for Irish war heroes erected in South Korea: TheJournal.ie
May 26
Few will disagree with apology, but desertion was serious offence: Irish Independent
May 26
Our neutrality in WWII put women 20 years behind on emancipation: Irish Independent
May 21
Cork woman receives first Irish honour for saving Jewish victims of the Holocaust: The Irish Times
May 21
Ulster veterans revisit scene of Korean battle: The News Letter
May 21
Pardon for Irish soldiers who joined British Army will 'help make amends': Irish Independent
May 7
Vietnam vets pay final tribute to fallen Connemara comrade: Connacht Tribune
May 3
Pardon expected for 'deserters': Irish Independent
Apr. 25
Map of NI blitz targets on display: UTV Internet
Apr. 25
US Navy war artist portrays city in 1943: Derry Journal
Apr. 15
Time to tackle Crackpot Kim: (from the Irish Daily Star)
Apr. 15
US servicemen prepared for D Day at Crom: Impartial Reporter
Apr. 3
War hero cleric to get hometown commemoration: Irish Examiner, April 30, 2012
Mar. 26
Local historian recalls a very famous day for the North Irish Horse: Portadown Times, June 13, 2012
Mar. 26
Captain Terence O'Neill'- Visionary or failure?: BBC
Mar. 26
O'Neill faced MP's fury, walkouts and rebellion: The News Letter
Mar. 26
An Irishwoman's Diary [Raymond Chandler]: The Irish Times, June 18, 2012
Mar. 26
Recognition for man who enshrined our rights: Irish Independent, September 19, 2012
Mar. 26
Sean Lester – Belfast tribute to leading diplomat: BBC
Mar. 26
April 27th, 1903 [Teaching Irish]: The Irish Times, April 27, 2012
Mar. 20
Cartoon history of nuns in Ireland needs to be challenged: The Irish Times
Mar. 20
Issue of who should be called Ireland was contentious one: The Irish Times, April 18, 2012
Mar. 17
State-of-the-art visitor centre will mark 50 years since Kennedy visit: Evening Herald
Mar. 15
When church and people conspired to boycott a decent man in Bantry: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 20, 2012
Mar. 9
An Irishman's Diary [Dave Powers]: The Irish Times, February 12, 2013
Feb. 19
Cruise to recall Corridan, waterfront history [On The Waterfront]: Irish Echo, September 26, 2012
Feb. 11
Historic files from Irish Free State on James Larkin's deportation from US released: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, December 18, 2012
Feb. 7
No army can remain an army unless it punishes deserters. During the war, the Defence Forces had no choice but to prosecute such men: Irish Independent, February 17, 2012
Feb. 7
Memo warned against creating [Spanish] civil war martyrs: Irish Examiner, December 29, 2012
Feb. 7
Nostalgia 1953 – Ship's sinking 'is a reminder of nature's great hazards': The News Letter
Feb. 4
Pardon in offing for deserters, but what they did was wrong: Irish Independent, January 26, 2012
Jan. 30
A soldier and scholar hit by cruellest blow: Sunday Independent
Jan. 29
How the irishman who survived at Belsen went to meet his jailer ...: Evening Herald
Jan. 29
March 2nd, 1929 [Decline in nation's morals]: The Irish Times, March 2, 2012
Jan. 29
Shatter Stirs Things Up On Neutrality: IrishTimes.com, February 5, 2012
Jan. 29
O'Casey declined CBE offer in 1963, British records reveal: The Irish Times, January 27, 2012
Jan. 25
Beckett goes from Nobel-man to French Resistance hero: Irish Independent
Jan. 24
More recent files devoid of O'Duffy-era detail: Irish Examiner
Jan. 24
Canadian hunt for families of Irish airmen killed in World War: Sunday Independent
Jan. 22
Joe Kennedy, Sr sought secret deal with De Valera on Irish ports during the War: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 21
Complexity of era defined Irish neutrality in war: The Irish Times, February 4, 2012
Jan. 18
Why the Irish Constitution is now past its sell-by date: Irish Independent, December 12, 2012
Dec. 18
Ireland was not alone in 'moral bankruptcy' over Holocaust: The Irish Times, January 30, 2012
Dec. 11
1970s Ireland – Where would we be if Dana hadn't won the Eurovision?: The Irish Times, October 27, 2012
Dec. 11
Spies by proxy: Irish Examiner, December 3, 2012
Dec. 3
Irish RAF pilot is honoured by school: Sunday Independent, December 2, 2012
Dec. 3
Wrong to assume all Irish deserters were Allied veterans: The Irish Times, February 15, 2012
Nov. 29
Brothers in battle on the sea: The News Letter, January 11, 2012
Nov. 29
Was my grandmother a Nazi spy?: The Irish Times, February 27, 2012
Nov. 29
Old school salute for Irish RAF fighter pilot Finucane: Sunday Independent, November 25, 2012
Nov. 27
British hangman's price drop saved Free State a bit of capital: The Irish Times, January 5, 2011
Nov. 27
January 4th, 1957 [Border campaign]: The Irish Times, January 4, 2011
Nov. 27
Vatican's 'Scarlet Pimpernel' honoured [ WWII ]: Irish Independent, November 12, 2012
Nov. 20
Why De Valera got a bum rap on being pro-Nazi because of U.S Ambassador: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 5, 2012
Nov. 9
The last Irish veteran of Spanish Civil War dies in Dublin aged 98: Evening Herald, November 5, 2012
Nov. 9
The forgotten Irish of the Burma Railway: Irish Echo, March 14, 2012
Oct. 29
Brought to book, GAA's fall-out with Irish president Douglas Hyde: Belfast Telegraph, September 24, 2012
Oct. 25
The fact the Roman Catholic Church was not a monolith was an eye-opener for Protestants: The Irish Times, October 16, 2012
Oct. 25
The soviet spy mystery of castle's last lord: Sunday Independent, September 2, 2012
Oct. 25
Fresh scandal erupts over Irish children sold to America for adoption: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, September 5, 2012
Oct. 21
November 5th, 1925 [Irish Civil War]: The Irish Times, November 5, 2011
Oct. 21
Demonstration of independence: Irish Examiner, October 17, 2011
Oct. 21
Unsung heroes of war: Irish Examiner, July 2, 2012
Oct. 20
New evidence points to UN 'cover-up' in Congo: The Irish Times, October 13, 2012
Oct. 14
Top secret dossier uncovered containing detailed maps and postcards of Hitler's plan to invade neutral Ireland in the Second World War: Daily Mail, September 26, 2012
Oct. 6
Invade Eire ... are you kidding, Mr Hitler?: Irish Independent, September 29, 2012
Oct. 6
Hyde was a victim of 'foreign games' rule: The Irish Times, September 19, 2012
Sep. 24
Charles Tegart and the forts that tower over Israel: BBC, September 9, 2012
Sep. 18
Fethard-on-sea boycott erupts May and June, 1957...Mother flees with children over school row: Irish Independent, October 1, 2011
Sep. 18
"A Great Day for the Irish" as New York City Welcomes Eamon de Valera: WNYC.org, September 7, 2012
Sep. 8
September 12th, 1924 [Poitín making in Donegal]: The Irish Times, September 12, 2011
Sep. 8
Iwo Jima bagpiper legacy amongst Beech Hill's rich heritage: Londonderry Sentinel, November 10, 2011
Aug. 29
Message of hope emerged from history's darkest days: Belfast Telegraph, April 26, 2011
Aug. 29
Minister with Kildare links gunned down by assassins: Leinster Leader, August 2, 2012
Aug. 20
Korean War veterans finally get recognition: The Kerryman, August 15, 2012
Aug. 20
My family and community would have nothing to do with me... because I married a Catholic: Belfast Telegraph, March 2, 2012
Aug. 20
Mystery of lost war hero may be solved, 70 years on: Irish Independent, August 6, 2012
Aug. 20
Kenny first sitting Taoiseach to address Béal na mBláth: The Irish Times, August 7, 2012
Aug. 20
Irish gangsters in the US Part 2: Carlow Nationalist, August 8, 2011
Aug. 16
Belfast Blitz's unknown victims remembered as restored gravestone is unveiled: Belfast Telegraph, May 4, 2012
Aug. 16
Call for healing ceremony for pardoned 'deserters': Irish Examiner, August 11, 2012
Aug. 15
Spitfire Paddy, the Battle of Britain's youngest air ace: Sunday Independent, July 22, 212
Aug. 15
The Princess and the Poitín: BBC, June 26, 2012
Jul. 22
Presidential Visits to Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, July 12, 2011
Jul. 22
Souvenirs from 80 years ago a wonderful reminder of unifying occasion: Irish Independent, May 25, 2012
Jul. 22
Seeking help from Senator Robert Kennedy on changing 1965 Immigration Act: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, July 4, 2012
Jul. 15
June 26th, 1960 [Education in Northern Ireland]: The Irish Times, June 26, 2012
Jun. 27
Brave men of history deserve a pardon, and praise: Sunday Independent, June 17, 2012
Jun. 27
Fighting chance: Irish Echo, June 13, 2012
Jun. 27
June 18th, 1932 [Preparations for the Eucharistic Congress]: The Irish Times, June 18, 2012
Jun. 27
They fought Hitler but my father and uncle were vilified as traitors back home: Irish Independent, July 2, 2011
Jun. 15
Our forgotten Prime Minister: The News Letter, May 23, 2012
Jun. 15
Winston Churchill – the Irish connections: The Irish Times, June 9, 2012
Jun. 13
Shatter apologises to our WW2 soldiers: Irish Independent, June 13, 2012
Jun. 13
The audacity of faith: Irish Examiner, June 8, 2012
Jun. 13
Digging up the hidden relics of a forgotten war zone: BBC, May 11, 2012
Jun. 13
The soldiers persecuted for daring to help Britain fight Hitler – How the Irish Defence Force troops were blacklisted when they came home: Daily Mail, January 27, 2012
Jun. 6
My father was a World War II spy: Wexford People, January 19, 2012
Jun. 6
Waterfront priest profiled in Irish-language doc: Irish Echo, April 20, 2011
Jun. 6
Political thinker's ideals shaped modern Ireland: The Irish Times, June 8, 2011
Jun. 6
Catholic Church 'forced Mother Teresa out of west Belfast': Belfast Telegraph, April 11, 2011
Jun. 6
Medal match: Irish Echo, May 23, 2012
Jun. 4
Pope and ceremony – how the 1932 congress melded church and State: The Irish Times, June 2, 2012
Jun. 4
May 25th, 1925 [Editorial on Irish emigrants living in America]: The Irish Times, May 25, 2012
Jun. 4
1932 How it was then: Irish Independent, May 25, 2012
Jun. 4
O'Flaherty statue honour in Killarney: The Kerryman
May 22
Lost hero: Irish Echo, May 9, 2012
May 20
Nationalists not subject to 'pogrom' in 1920s Belfast: The Irish Times, May 11, 2012
May 15
First garda was a bigamist and debtor: Irish Examiner, April 14, 2012
May 8
Make me a spy in Ireland says Errol Flynn: BBC, April 25, 2012
May 5
Colditz escape – Tale of first British 'home run' revealed: BBC, March 26, 2012
May 5
How Irish broadcasters found their true voices on the Beeb: Irish Independent, January 5, 2012
Apr. 21
A final salute for Ulster war hero who liberated women from death camp: Belfast Telegraph, April 18, 2012
Apr. 19
Shatter Stirs Things Up On Neutrality: IrishTimes.com, February 5, 2012
Apr. 12
Community marks memory of World War II air crash: BBC, March 9, 2011
Mar. 24
Ed Flynn, the Bronx boss at FDR's side: Irish Echo, March 14, 2012
Mar. 24
March 10th, 1924 [The Army Mutiny]: The Irish Times, March 10, 2012
Mar. 13
Newtownards remembers men killed in German bombing: BBC, March 5, 2012
Mar. 5
February 29th, 1928 [Border tariffs]: The Irish Times, February 29, 2012
Feb. 29
Paper publishes list of boys burnt out of orphanage in 1922: BBC, February 20, 2012
Feb. 29
March 9th, 1973 [Border referendum]: The Irish Times, March 9, 2011
Feb. 27
February 27th,1939 [Ireland, the Catholic Church & Nazi Germany]: The Irish Times, February 27, 2012
Feb. 27
Sean MacBride stands among Ireland's greats: Irish Echo, February 22, 2012
Feb. 25
An Irishman, a KGB spy, and a great escape: Irish Examiner, February 16, 2012
Feb. 25
Noted painter who defied Hitler found peace here: Sunday Independent, January 15, 2012
Feb. 25
February 22nd, 1966 [Naming Queen Elizabeth Bridge in Belfast]: The Irish Times, February 22, 2012
Feb. 22
The ex-IRA man who died a Nazi collaborator: Irish Examiner, February 16, 2012
Feb. 22
The Irishmen on the river Kwai: The Irish Times, February 17, 2012
Feb. 19
22 February 1928 [Prohibition in America]: The Irish Times, February 21, 2011
Feb. 16
What did Churchill really think about Ireland?: The Irish Times, February 8, 2012
Feb. 11
Inspired by Irish history and world democracies: The Irish Times, January 23, 2012
Jan. 24
Richard Nixon's visit: The Irish Times, January 21, 2012
Jan. 24
An Irishman's Diary – Rex Ingram: The Irish Times, February 11, 2011
Jan. 24
Gardaí murdered in the line of duty – Part 1: Carlow Nationalist, January 16, 2012
Jan. 18
Lemass's determination opened the door to Europe: The Irish Times, January 18, 2012
Jan. 18
January 16th, 1930 [Arrival of first Papal Nuncio to Ireland]: The Irish Times, January 16, 2012
Jan. 16
Lemass interviews reveal he held racist views: Sunday Independent, January 15, 2012
Jan. 16
Hitler spied on Irish athletes in bid for Olympic glory: Belfast Telegraph, January 3, 2011
Jan. 10
De Valera's expression of sympathy to diplomat condemned: The Irish Times, December 31, 2011
Jan. 6
Irish government promises action on WWII deserters: BBC, January 2, 2011
Jan. 6
From the archive, 30 December 1937 – Making the best of it: The Guardian, December 31, 2011
Jan. 6
Why Irish soldiers who fought Hitler hide their medals: BBC, December 28, 2011
Dec. 29
Search for Belfast war hero's family after jungle gives up its dead 65 years on: Belfast Telegraph, January 7, 2011
Dec. 21
Republican 'confessed to 1930s RUC murder': The News Letter, December 8, 2011
Dec. 21
Propelled by a call to duty: Londonderry Sentinel, December 2, 2011
Dec. 20
Deference not reverence let McQuaid rule country: Irish Independent, December 9, 2011
Dec. 17
Widow honours husband killed in battle: Irish Independent, December 12, 2011
Dec. 15
Hidden story of RUC man: Irish Examiner, December 2, 2011
Dec. 8
US general took time out to appreciate wine and gardening in Ardmore: Londonderry Sentinel, November 18, 2011
Dec. 1
War dead honoured at Glencree: Bray People, November 16, 2011
Dec. 1
Nebraskan left time capsule of war: Omaha World-Herald, November 28, 2011
Nov. 29
Built to last – Crashed Spitfire's guns fire FIRST TIME after being buried in peat bog for 70 years: Daily Mail, November 11, 2011
Nov. 25
November 23rd, 1937 {Review of Parnell starring Clark Gable & Myrna Loy}: The Irish Times, November 23, 2011
Nov. 25
Cork recalls Dev's opening of City Hall: The Irish Times, September 9, 2011
Nov. 16
Top secret WWII files released – Documents on US Marines' operations in Northern Ireland to go in new Derry museum: Belfast Telegraph, November 3, 2011
Nov. 4
We should be recovering our Magdalen history, not burying it: The Irish Times, October 29, 2011
Oct. 31
A very discreet affair – Irish sex in the '50s and '60s: Irish Independent, October 29, 2011
Oct. 29
Historian reveals STI epidemic in '30s Ireland: Irish Examiner, October 27, 2011
Oct. 27
October 27th, 1932 [IRA pensions]: The Irish Times, October 27, 2011
Oct. 27
Ireland's Oskar Schindler: Carlow Nationalist, April 4, 2011
Oct. 25
Hidden Heroes of the Belfast Blitz: RTE, April 15, 2011
Oct. 25
An eccentric, perhaps, but not a crackpot: The Irish Times, October 23, 2010
Oct. 22
'My second World War': The Irish Times, October 14, 2011
Oct. 14
Belfast man who became a world-famous medical pioneer, advised astronauts... and won a Nobel Prize along the way: Belfast Telegraph, October 12, 2011
Oct. 14
Whenever Irish politicians fear the people they put democracy on ice: Irish Examiner, October 23, 2010
Oct. 10
Not much time to right this grave injustice: Irish Echo, October 5, 2011
Oct. 7
Cosgrave brings to life the ghosts of old politics: Sunday Independent, October 24, 2010
Oct. 7
A standout presidential election year: Irish Echo, September 22, 2011
Oct. 6
Labor Coalition signaled a new direction: Irish Echo, September 22, 2011
Oct. 3
October 19th, 1950 [Anti-partition movement in 1940s]: The Irish Times, October 19, 2010
Oct. 3
German U-boats refuelled in Ireland? Surely not: The Independent, September 17, 2011
Sep. 28
March 18th, 1947 [Dev's speech to US on partition]: The Irish Times, March 19, 2011
Sep. 28
Brendan's film recalls Irish heroics in Congo: Bray People, September 16, 2011
Sep. 28
Blair Mayne SAS diary released: BBC, September 23, 2011
Sep. 27
Divers Set Sights on Silver-Laden WWII Ship: New York Times, September 26, 2011
Sep. 27
September 24th, 1925 [Irish language]: The Irish Times, September 24, 2011
Sep. 27
Back at his wartime base on Lough Erne – the hero of horrific seaplane crash: Belfast Telegraph, September 22, 2011
Sep. 23
Writer relives Congo war heroes' finest hour: Evening Herald, September 17, 2011
Sep. 19
Memorial Mass held for journalist and former IRA leader: The Irish Times, September 19, 2011
Sep. 19
The day war came to Galway: Galway Advertiser, September 1, 2011
Sep. 6
Ireland asked to help crush Argentines: Irish Independent, December 30, 2010
Sep. 6
Ireland's Oskar Schindler: Irish Independent, February 26, 2011
Sep. 3
Congo – An Irish Affair: The Irish Times, September 2, 2011
Sep. 2
Proud son of Mayo who fought against fascism: Western People, September 1, 2011
Sep. 2
JFK's report on Dev's dream: The Irish Times, August 27, 2011
Aug. 30
Billionaire makes Spitfire donation: Irish Examiner, August 22, 2011
Aug. 23
How dictator Batista tried to settle in Ireland: The Irish Times, August 1, 2011
Aug. 14
Henry sisters return to Belfast to honour their sister: BBC, July 4, 2011
Aug. 8
How Sean P. Keating set his stamp on the world: Irish Echo, July 14, 2011
Aug. 8
Seaplane festival hails war pilots: Belfast Telegraph, July 31, 2011
Aug. 7
July 19th, 1938 [Wrong Way Corrigan]: The Irish Times, July 19, 2011
Jul. 19
Woman recalls working for Hitler envoy: The Irish Times, February 3, 2011
Jul. 19
This stone marks the resting place of 154 blitz victims who were never identified. Isn't it time for a more fitting tribute?: Belfast Telegraph, April 15, 2011
Jul. 18
June 21st, 1932 [Eucharistic Congress]: The Irish Times, June 21, 2011
Jul. 18
Spitfire pulled from Irish peat bog: Belfast Telegraph, June 28, 2011
Jul. 10
Spitfire's pilot was a fighter: Omaha World-Herald, July 10, 2011
Jul. 10
Spitfire find digs up past of Ireland's Colditz, where RAF and Luftwaffe battled it out ... on the soccer pitch: Evening Herald, July 1, 2011
Jul. 7
Paying tribute to 'forgotten' Irish heroes of world wars: Sunday Independent, November 14, 2010
Jul. 5
Glimpse of the family home of Hitler's man in Dublin: The Irish Times, February 10, 2011
Jul. 5
July 4th, 1930 [Border life]: The Irish Times, July 4, 2011
Jul. 4
Spitfire diaries – The strange life in Dublin's PoW camp: BBC, June 28, 2011
Jul. 3
June 25th, 1931 [Bodenstown celebration]: The Irish Times, June 25, 2011
Jul. 3
George Cross awarded to Irish hero of the Blitz could raise £50,000 at auction: Sunday Independent, July 3, 2011
Jul. 3
Memories of south's darkest wartime hour burn brightly for bomb survivor: Irish Independent, May 31, 2011
Jul. 1
Irish WWII heroes were demonised, now they deserve our full pardon: Evening Herald, June 29, 2011
Jul. 1
Island survivors reunite 50 years after evacuation: Sunday Independent, October 17, 2010
Jun. 28
Veterans still fighting to clear their names: Sunday Independent, June 26, 2011
Jun. 26
February 22nd, 1928 [Southern Unionists]: The Irish Times, February 22, 2011
Jun. 21
Paris photo show recalls de Gaulle's Irish visit: The Irish Times, May 9, 2011
Jun. 21
July 22nd, 1924 – From the archives [ Dev returns from internment]: The Irish Times, July 22, 2010
Jun. 16
An Irishman's Diary [Post-war Germans in Ireland]: The Irish Times, July 21, 2010
Jun. 15
Costello was a 'great Christian who offered a new vision': Irish Examiner, June 10, 2011
Jun. 15
July 8th, 1942 [WW2]: The Irish Times, July 8, 2010
Jun. 14
11 April 1998 – A blessed Good Friday: Guardian.co.uk, June 7, 2011
Jun. 13
North Strand anniversary – Envoy extends sympathy over bombings: The Irish Times, June 2, 2011
Jun. 13
June 7th, 1939 [Arrest of IRA's Sean Russell in Detroit]: The Irish Times, June 7, 2011
Jun. 7
70 years on, motive for wartime Dublin bombing still a mystery: Irish Independent, June 1, 2011
Jun. 1
Should Lord Haw-Haw really have been hanged?: Sunday Express, May 22, 2011
May 30
Pilot's error blamed for bombs that brought second world war to Dublin: The Irish Times, May 30, 2011
May 30
June 11th, 1955 – Remedy for emigration is employment: The Irish Times, June 11, 2010
May 29
Jewish community's 'very quiet contribution' to Derry's history: Derry Journal, May 13, 2011
May 28
May 27th, 1947 [Nazi spy in Ireland]: The Irish Times, May 27, 2011
May 28
Mayo man first invited Queen to visit in 1947: Western People, May 25, 2011
May 28
June 18th 1980 – 'The trouble with you Ian, is you're only a one man band': The Irish Times, June 18, 2010
May 26
Few parallels with Kennedy's carefree visit: Irish Examiner, May 21, 2011
May 23
How we tortured poor affable Ron: The Irish Times, May 21, 2011
May 23
Did the IRA hate Opera?: Derry Journal, March 25, 2011
May 20
An Irishman's Diary [Ireland during WWII]: The Irish Times, June 2, 2010
May 20
The rich and varied history of 'Derry's Raj': Derry Journal, May 6, 2011
May 18
'Hitler's death didn't mean a damn thing to my father': The Irish Times, May 14, 2011
May 16
Hidden heroes to be honoured: Dundalk Democrat, May 10, 2011
May 12
Derry during the second world war years: Derry Journal, April 21, 2011
Apr. 28
Documentary focuses on priest's crusade against crime: Irish Examiner, April 22, 2011
Apr. 28
April 28th, 1959 [Actress Siobhán McKenna speaking on CBS]: The Irish Times, April 28, 2011
Apr. 28
West Cork bids farewell to the Cold War Swiss spy who set up a 'secret army': Irish Independent, April 23, 2010
Apr. 26
Blitz fire engine from Irish Republic in Belfast: BBC, April 13, 2011
Arp. 19
Belfast Blitz – The night death and destruction rained down on city: Belfast Telegraph, April 15, 2011
Apr. 18
City blitz recalled: The News Letter, April 8, 2011
Apr. 18
Belfast Blitz – The unknown Protestants and Catholics united in death: Belfast Telegraph, April 15, 2011
Apr. 18
Dear Diary – Radio Ulster documentary on WW2 in NI: BBC, April 15, 2011
Apr. 18
Mgr Hugh O'Flaherty – Scarlet Pimpernel of the Vatican: Carlow Nationalist, March 29, 2011
Apr. 7
April 13th, 1972 – Searching for candles as the country goes dark: The Irish Times, April 13, 2010
Apr. 7
An Irishman's Diary – 42nd Rainbow Division veteran from Belfast: The Irish Times, April 27, 2010
Apr. 1
Memorial to soldiers unveiled: The Irish Times, April 13, 2010
Apr. 1
Who was the first man to land in Ireland by parachute?: BBC, August 28, 2009
Apr. 1
How De Valera asked UK to smear IRA chief Sean Russell: BBC, March 28, 2011
Mar. 30
Author asks for help on St Pat's song from 1951: Derry Journal, March 22, 2011
Mar. 26
An Irishman's Diary [WWII Gibraltar refugees]: The Irish Times, March 22, 2011
Mar. 22
March 14th, 1966 [Nelson's Pillar]: The Irish Times, March 14, 2011
Mar. 14
Let's not sacrifice the national interest by repeating blunders of the past: Irish Examiner, March 12, 2011
Mar. 14
March 7th, 1953 [Aran Islands/Inishmore]: The Irish Times, March 7, 2011
Mar. 9
February 14th, 1981 [Stardust disaster]: The Irish Times, February 14, 2011
Feb. 17
All Our Yesterdays – US Troops in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph, February 8, 2011
Feb. 9
Political gougers have turned Paddy's Day abroad into a load of blarney: Irish Examiner, January 15, 2011
Jan. 23
From the archive, 17 January 1938 – Bere Island: the Irish Gibraltar: The Guardian, January 17, 2011
Jan. 20
The grubby small print of Fianna Fáil's foundation (Jan 16): Sunday Tribune, January 16, 2011
Jan. 17
Ronald Reagan's drunk father had Irish diplomats worried: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, January 1, 2011
Jan. 13
RTE letters reveal heartfelt attempt to hire Beckett for fledgling station: Irish Independent, December 20, 2010
Dec. 21
December 11th, 1964 [ pubs' profits margins]: The Irish Times, December 11, 2010
Dec. 17
Churchill's Irish fixer was the model for Big Brother: Belfast Telegraph, December 15, 2010
Dec. 16
Return of harp to Tara's hall mooted: The Irish Times, January 2, 2010
Dec. 16
When a million went to Mass: Irish Independent, December 4, 2010
Dec. 15
Army chief honours the pioneering women who battled to serve country: Irish Independent, December 10, 2010
Dec. 10
The Spanish Civil War and the Irish connection: Carlow Nationalist, October 13, 2010
Dec. 3
Lord Craigavon – prime minister for all sides: Belfast Telegraph, November 27, 2010
Nov. 30
Dev expected Hitler death backlash: Irish Independent, November 13, 2010
Nov. 15
Irish who served in the Second World War deserve respect -- with or without a poppy: Irish Independent, November 10, 2010
Nov. 11
Time now right to salute Ireland's uncelebrated Resistance heroes: The Irish Times, November 11, 2010
Nov. 11
50 years ago JFK woke up president---his impact then on small town Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 9, 2010
Nov. 9
The day the Long Fella cut legendary JFK down to size: Irish Independent, October 23, 2010
Oct. 27
From the archives – September 29th, 1956 [dancehalls]: The Irish Times, September 29, 2010
Oct. 6
Forgotten visit by Richard Nixon to Limerick to be recalled in RTE radio broadcast: Limerick Leader, September 28, 2010
Oct. 1
The time Nixon came to call on us -- and reached out to a little girl: Irish Independent, September 29, 2010
Oct. 1
June 3rd, 1968 – Fleadh Ceoil is success story in Irish music: The Irish Times, June 3, 2010
Sep. 25
Hometown party for war hero bird: BBC, September 14, 2009
Sep. 25
The Seanad was abolished before – now let's shut it once and for all: Irish Examiner, June 19, 2010
Sep. 23
The Irishmen behind Britain's great escape: Belfast Telegraph, June 21, 2010
Sep. 21
June 25th, 1924 – Compulsory Irish 'morally indefensible and unjust': The Irish Times, June 25, 2010
Sep. 21
1961. . . a whole year of saints and shamrocks: Irish Independent, March 5, 2010
Sep. 20
Boredom the foe in corner boys' long vigil: The Irish Times, February 26, 2010
Sep. 20
The two Ulstermen who put Maggie in Number 10: Belfast Telegraph, May 5, 2010
Sep. 18
Heroism honoured: Belfast Telegraph, September 7, 2010 (Editorial)
Sep. 15
From the archives – September 14th, 1946 [National effort to 'save the harvest']: The Irish Times, September 14, 2010
Sep. 15
August 4th, 1927 [Reaction to assassination of Kevin O'Higgins]: The Irish Times, August 4, 2010
Sep. 12
Lemass appears to favour restrictions on capital: The Irish Times, January 18, 2010
Sep. 12
September 10th, 1932 [Economic War with Britain]: The Irish Times, September 10, 2010
Sep. 11
Engineer's vital work during WWII ensured US planes were ready for action: Belfast Telegraph, August 17, 2010
Sep. 11
Dedicated blitz memorial for Belfast: BBC, April 16, 2009
Sep. 10
September 6th, 1939 [German sinking of ocean liner off Irish coast]: The Irish Times, September 6, 2010
Sep. 9
Ulster man most hated figure in Nazi Germany: Belfast Telegraph, September 7, 2010
Sep. 8
September 17th, 1937 – Harvest trek led to deaths of 10 young Irishmen: The Irish Times, September 16, 2009
Sep. 7
Victims of German air raid remembered: The Irish Times, August 30, 2010
Sep. 6
Irishmen honoured for Korean War service: The Irish Times, August 27, 2010
Sep. 4
Nazis were preparing to invade Ireland, files reveal: Irish Independent, August 27, 2010
Sep. 1
Irish soldier posthumously honored in Washington: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, August 28, 2010
Aug. 30
Our teen peacekeeper who never came back from the Congo: Irish Independent, August 28, 2010
Aug. 28
August 27th, 1940 – From The Archives [German bombing of Wexford]: The Irish Times, August 27, 2010
Aug. 28
Irish family's harrowing start to war: The Irish Times, September 3, 2009
Aug. 22
The day Hitler's bombs brought death to a quiet Wexford village: Belfast Telegraph, August 9, 2010
Aug. 16
An Irishman's Diary [Bass Ale boycott]: The Irish Times, August 16, 2010
Aug. 16
'The Quiet Man' changed cong forever: Irish Independent, August 14, 2010
Aug. 15
There was some truth in Paisley's tirades against our priestly republic: Irish Examiner, August 14, 2010
Aug. 15
Ringing in a Holy Year with 'live' Angelus: Sunday Independent, August 1, 2010
Aug. 9
Riots, rebels, and a chatty good-time girl....: Irish Independent, July 31, 2010
Aug. 8
Let's praise our Battle of Britain heroes: Belfast Telegraph, July 10, 2010
Jul. 18
Congo – the Army's bloody coming of age: The Irish Times, July 17, 2010
Jul. 18
Veterans saluted – Reception to honour Irish men who fought in Korean war: The Irish Times, June 26, 2010
Jul. 15
July 1st 1963 – John Fitzgerald Kennedy – 42nd Freeman of Limerick: The Irish Times, July 1, 2010
Jul. 1
Heroes of the Congo get Army recall 50 years on: Irish Independent, June 30, 2010
Jun. 30
An untold story of six Irish-American brothers who fought in WWII: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 27, 2010
Jun. 28
What if Hitler had invaded?: The Irish Times, June 28, 2010
Jun. 28
The Irish band of brothers who fought in the 'Forgotten War': Irish Independent, June 26, 2010
Jun. 27
Finally, a witness to a hero's death: Irish Echo, June 23, 2010
Jun. 26
June 24th, 1975 – Proposal for second TV channel starts debate about nationalism: The Irish Times, June 24, 2010
Jun. 26
German captains, U-boats and other lies about Ireland: The Independent, June 19, 2010
Jun. 23
June 16th, 1939 – When guest list is a bigger deal than the party: The Irish Times, June 16, 2010
Jun. 21
Brave 'Brylcreem Boys' of WWII honoured: Irish Independent, May 8, 2010
Jun. 15
Irish lessons for odd couple: Sunday Independent, May 16, 2010
Jun. 14
Dev got by on very little – so don't lump him with the present gougers: Irish Examiner, May 8, 2010
Jun. 13
The Dublin child taken by Belfast' baby snatcher: Belfast Telegraph, June 10, 2010
Jun. 13
Let us not forget Irish deaths in calamitous events of 1940: Irish Independent, June 9, 2010
Jun. 11
Old Ulster – Post float: Belfast Telegraph, June 4, 2010
Jun. 9
Ulster Rifles' Dunkirk rescue recalled: BBC, June 4, 2010
Jun. 8
June 19th, 1974 – 'Extraordinary' upsurge in demand for Gaeltacht courses: The Irish Times, June 19, 2009
Jun. 8
My first, forbidden game of soccer: Toronto Globe and Mail, June 4, 2010
Jun. 8
JUNE 4th, 1945 – Shannon became colourful postwar air travel hub: The Irish Times, June 4, 2010
Jun. 4
Bravest of the Brave: Belfast Telegraph, May 5, 2010
Jun. 2
June 2nd, 1941 — Blinding flash of light – and then a stillness: The Irish Times, June 2, 2010
Jun. 2
May 25th, 1933 – Witness tells of Eoin O'Duffy's arrest in Westport: The Irish Times, May 25, 2010
Jun. 1
Our brave new world -- of hunger and broken promises: Irish Independent, May 29, 2010
May 29
Lest we forget: Belfast Telegraph, April 26, 2010 (Editorial)
May 27
Ballyporeen gets ready for Reagan's visit (May 26th, 1984): The Irish Times, May 26, 2010
May 27
Unmarked graves of 40 children from Protestant home discovered in Dublin: Guardian.co.uk, May 21, 2010
May 24
Airport memorial to heroic WW2 pilots: The News Letter, May 21, 2010
May 21
Sacrifice of gardaí killed on duty remembered: The Irish Times, May 17, 2010
May 19
Derry's wartime friends recalled as top secret files uncovered: Derry Journal, May 14, 2010
May 18
'I'm nauseated by the false idea this society was a caring one': Irish Independent, May 27, 2009
May 12
An Irishman's Diary – Irish-American John J Hanley: The Irish Times, May 22, 2009
May 11
How the Belfast Telegraph helped to win World War II: Belfast Telegraph, May 5, 2010
May 8
When Irish women took control of their destiny -- and their bodies: Irish Independent, May 1, 2010
May 4
April 27th, 1934 – Slaughter of calves creates surfeit of veal: The Irish Times, April 27, 2010
May 4
Arctic convoy hero honoured by Russian president: Irish Independent, April 26, 2010
May 2
Germany will 'never forget' Ireland's help: The Irish Times, April 29, 2010
May 1
Korean War memorial dedication: Belfast Telegraph, April 26, 2010
Apr. 26
After 80 years of gossip and rumour, did Churchill secretly father Irish son?: Evening Herald, April 22, 2010
Apr. 24
McQuaid welcomes offerings for Italian Catholics: The Irish Times, April 12, 2010
Apr. 24
Whirlwind final years of a Tipperary soldier: The Irish Times, August 24, 2009
Apr. 22
The day the sky fell in above Co Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel, March 26, 2009
Apr. 22
Brave Mayo mandarin who kept Katyn in focus: Sunday Independent, April 18, 2010
Apr. 18
How Ireland sowed seeds for nuclear disarmament: The Irish Times, April 14, 2010
Apr. 14
John Agnew, 88, veteran, member of The Dirty Dozen: Philadelphia Inquirer, April 12, 201
Apr. 13
Remembering early days of policing: The News Letter, April 1, 2010
Apr. 5
HBO's 'The Pacific' shines light on Irish soldier Robert Leckie: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 27, 2010
Mar. 28
February 17th, 1947 – Protecting young from university, dancing and books: The Irish Times, February 17, 2010
Mar. 23
Protest at ESB demolition of Georgian row: The Irish Times, October 7, 2009
Mar. 20
Ireland a new front in global intelligence game: Irish Echo, March 17, 2010
Mar. 19
Presidential shamrock ceremony had inauspicious beginning: CNN.com, March 17, 2010
Mar. 18
March 17th, 1960 – Political leaders send positive St Patrick's Day message to diaspora: The Irish Times
Mar. 17
March 16th, 1937 – Sweeping powers of a bet that built castles in the clouds while aiding sick poor: The Irish Times
Mar. 16
JFK's verdict on Eamon de Valera for sale: The Sunday Times, March 14, 2010
Mar. 15
If we're ever to have a real republic we need to change the politicians: Irish Examiner, March 13, 2010
Mar. 13
Prime minister shot down Ireland overflying request: BBC, March 7, 2010
Mar. 12
March 11th, 1944 – US petitions de Valera to expel diplomats: The Irish Times, March 11, 2010
Mar. 11
February 8th, 1933 – Mr de Valera is a political and spiritual paradox: The Irish Times, February 8, 2010
Mar. 10
Sweepstakes worker tried to sell MI5 a US agent list: The Irish Times, March 8, 2010
Mar. 9
MI5 considered playwright Brendan Behan 'too drunken to be dangerous': Daily Telegraph, March 8, 2010
Mar. 8
An Irishman's Diary – Blessington tram: The Irish Times, January 2, 2010
Feb. 27
Heated memos over Northern Ireland Cold War data: BBC, February 25, 2010
Feb. 26
Abbey's national role always provoked fiery debate: The Irish Times, February 24, 2010
Feb. 24
Here's to triumph of decency over dogma: Sunday Independent, February 21, 2010
Feb. 23
February 22nd, 1947 – Fuel crisis threatens to bring country to a standstill: The Irish Times, February 22, 2010
Feb. 22
Chilling memories of 1963: The News Letter, February 4, 2010
Feb. 22
September 30th, 1968 – 'Rocky Road' is worth the trip: The Irish Times, September 30, 2009
Feb. 18
Aviation archaeologists' Londonderry Spitfire search: BBC, February 3, 2010
Feb. 17
September 4th 1939 – 'Aisy-going' Dubs don't mention war September 4th, 1939: The Irish Times
Feb. 11
Hall of Fame honour for Old Firm tragedy player: The Times, January 25, 2010
Feb. 8
Germany calls again as Lord Haw-Haw goes online: The Irish Times, February 4, 2010
Feb. 5
Stamp commemorates first president: Belfast Telegraph, January 22, 2010
Feb. 1
December 8th, 1930 – Brought to book over librarian veto: The Irish Times, December 8, 2009
Jan. 29
Mick Leahy – boxer who defeated Sugar Ray Robinson: The Times, January 27, 2010
Jan. 29
Did Yeats accept a prize of Nazi gold?: The Irish Times, January 25, 2010
Jan. 25
November 16th, 1923 – Minister defends plan to cut old-age pension and teachers' pay: The Irish Times, November 16, 2009
Jan. 25
Political voices of the past come alive in historical Dáil debates: Sunday Independent, January 10, 2010
Jan. 16
8 January 1986 – 'Bogus' selection of date to mark Dublin's millennium: The Irish Times, January 8, 2010
Jan. 10
Why we mustn't forget the girl who danced for her life: Belfast Telegraph, January 8, 2010
Jan. 10
A blur around Mr Blair's past: Belfast Media, December 29, 2009
Jan. 5
Jewish American hung in Belfast remains in jail grounds: BBC, January 2, 2010
Jan. 4
DeLorean sought funds from taxpayers for his ad campaign: Irish Independent, December 30, 2009
Jan. 3
Releases delayed due to fears Dublin homes would be burgled: The Irish Times, December 30, 2009
Jan. 2
President's US golf invite landed senior officials in the rough: Irish Independent, December 30, 2009
Jan. 1
Training of Egyptian pilots raised doubts at department level: The Irish Times, December 31, 2009
Jan. 1
PsychoGeography – The people's Joyce: The Independent, January 26, 2008
Dec. 23
Irish president McAleese may join VC battle for Mayne: Belfast Telegraph, November 12, 2009
Dec. 21
An Irishwoman's Diary – John J. Horgan (Coroner): The Irish Times, September 15, 2009
Dec. 18
There will always be a piece of Poland in the heart of a West Belfast cemetery: Belfast Media, November 19, 2009
Dec. 15
When the king's marital difficulty became Dev's opportunity: The Irish Times
Dec. 14
July 3rd, 1931 – Opposition side splits in sports contest: The Irish Times, July 3, 2009
Dec. 13
We allowed our democracy to be perverted by church's control freaks: Irish Examiner, December 12, 2009
Dec. 12
An Irishman's Diary – Grenada: The Irish Times, August 7, 2009
Dec. 11
When de Gaulle created a flap returning to his place of origin: The Irish Times, December 9, 2009
Dec. 9
Garda files-1930s – Mob beat communist suspect at priest's instigation: Irish Independent, February 9, 2009
Dec. 7
Grass not always greener abroad, Dev warns emigrants: The Irish Times, November 4, 2009
Dec. 5
Spotlight falls on Churchill's forgotten Irish right-hand man: The Irish Times, November 5, 2009
Dec. 4
December 1st, 1949: 'Ignoramus' debunks James Joyce as 'filthy-minded poseur' or madman: The Irish Times, December 1, 2009
Dec. 3
'I beg to offer you my services as executioner': Irish Examiner, March 26, 2009
Dec. 3
Extra-time Paris disaster is just so Gaul-ing to take: Irish News, November 21, 2009
Nov. 24
September 18th, 1948 – WB Yeats laid to rest in Drumcliffe: The Irish Times, September 18, 2009
Nov. 22
October 9th 1943 – Wartime effort by Plain People of Ireland: The Irish Times, October 9, 2009
Nov. 19
Dev a very British Taoiseach at heart: Sunday Independent, November 15, 2009
Nov. 17
November 17th, 1943 – When Dev came out fighting for neutrality: The Irish Times, November 17, 2009
Nov. 17
'Dublin Nazi No 1' ran Hitler Youth from National Museum: Sunday Independent, November 15, 2009
Nov. 16
Fight for justice for Paddy Mayne, hero of rugby and battlefield, gathers pace: The Times, November 9, 2009
Nov. 11
Stories of forgotten war dead told at last: Belfast Telegraph, November 11, 2009
Nov. 11
Cross-border scramble for Edward Carson's stockings: Belfast Telegraph, November 6, 2009
Nov. 10
George Best's GAA links revealed: Irish News, November 7, 2009
Nov. 9
Ireland fared well under Lemass, anniversary event told: The Irish Times, November 7, 2009
Nov. 9
An Irishman's Diary – Operation Shamrock: The Irish Times, October 20, 2009
Nov. 8
So we should have sided with the Allies in 1942? That's nonsense: Irish Examiner, September 26, 2009
Nov. 7
Ex-soldier 'clears name' in ambush deaths: Irish Independent, October 17, 2009
Nov. 7
Irish lives lost in WWII probably exceed the death toll for all domestic political violence in 20th century: Irish Independent, November 4, 2009
Nov. 6
Politician was deeply suspicious of Catholics: Irish News, October 27, 2009
Nov. 2
Nuclear war the hidden threat to northern ireland: Sunday Life, September 27, 2009
Oct. 23
Shining example of humanity in war will be celebrated in Kerry today: Irish Examiner, October 17, 2009
Oct. 18
Irish-American activists pressure Irish government over Magdalene Laundries: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, October 15, 2009
Oct. 17
An Irishman's Diary – Drumcollogher cinema fire: The Irish Times, September 20, 2009
Oct. 11
Our delusions about sex are as powerful as ever: Irish Independent, September 18, 2009
Sep. 19
Unique World War II Mural Rescued and Preserved in Ireland: NewsBlaze.com, September 15, 2009
Sep. 16
Woman at centre of 'Fethard Boycott' dies: Enniscorthy Guardian, July 1, 2009
Sep. 13
As war loomed, politicians left Belfast open to enemy air raids: Belfast Telegraph, September 1, 2009
Sep. 7
Sweepstake 'link' to IRA suspected: The Sunday Times, September 6, 2009
Sep. 6
Execution of Derry 'sex kitten' sparked massive protest: Derry Journal, September 4, 2009
Sep. 5
From swastikas to CND – the statue that's seen it all: Sunday Tribune, August 23, 2009
Aug. 23
Defending the Magdalene laundries: The Irish Times, July 23, 2009
Aug. 14
Latest Nixon tapes reveal broker role offer to Lynch: The Irish Times, June 25, 2009
Aug. 12
Lemass's achievements highlight the need for real government now: Irish Examiner, June 27, 2009
Jul. 31
Protestant children ignored by inquiry into institutional abuse: Irish News, July 20, 2009
Jul. 21
Stagnant political system fails to win ground in our new economic war: Irish Examiner, March 7, 2009
Jul. 20
Our past is a foreign country, we treat immigrants differently now: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 7)
Jul. 17
Lemass remembered: Mayo News, July 6, 2009
Jul. 16
Eichmann would get a statue if he'd had an Irish grandmother: Irish Independent, July 10, 2009
Jul. 12
Orders' disorders grew out of our dysfunctional society: Sunday Business Post, May 24, 2009
Jul. 11
An inadvertent victim of Irish censorship during war: The Irish Times, June 26, 2009
Jun. 29
Sean Russell statue fitted with alarms: The Sunday Times, June 28, 2009
Jun. 28
Statue of Nazi-link IRA man unveiled: Irish News, June 25, 2009
Jun. 26
Glin – The Limerick councillor who shouted 'stop': Limerick Leader, May 28, 2009
Jun. 25
Roll of honour for Irish WWII dead: BBC, June 11, 2009
Jun. 21
June 9th 1929 – Protestant disquiet at compulsory Irish robustly supported: The Irish Times, June 9, 2009
Jun. 18
What O'Duffy did when he came home: The Irish Times, June 12, 2009
Jun. 16
Roll of honour for Irish WW2 veterans: The Irish Times, June 13, 2009
Jun. 15
'Scarlet Pimpernel' of the Vatican honoured in his native Killarney: The Irish Times, November 17, 2008
Jun. 10
Our decent society was in denial about sex abuse: Irish Independent, May 24, 2009
May 26
April 29th, 1924 – "Ridiculous" Free State protectionism: The Irish Times, April 29, 2009
May 21
Dev's constitution may have flaws, but it has lived to a ripe old age: Irish Examiner, January 2, 2008
May 19
May 14th 1932 Pioneer spirit found along the Border: The Irish Times, May 14, 2009
May 14
Dev must be turning in his grave over shaming of his proud old party: Irish Examiner, May 9, 2009
May 9
Ike inspection marked by school: BBC, April 29, 2009
Apr. 30
April 22, 1931 – To know Ireland, go to Punchestown: The Irish Times, April 22, 2009
Apr. 23
Where now lies John A Costello's Republic?: The Irish Times, April 21, 2009
Apr. 22
Irish ecumenism: Mayo News, April 14, 2009
Apr. 15
Revealed – Irish government concern over Derry Bishop: Belfast Telegraph, December 30, 2008
Mar. 31
Some War of Independence leaders were just a bloody nuisance later: Irish Examiner, March 14, 2009
Mar. 21
Queer as folklore: Sunday Tribune, March 15, 2009
Mar. 20
Despite the mess, we still sneer at Dev's speech: The Irish Times, March 13, 2009
Mar. 13
The death of James Joyce: The Guardian, January 14, 1941
Mar. 9
Vicious attempts by Catholics to drive out Protestants : Sunday Independent, February 22, 2009
Feb. 22
'Outrages' by new Blueshirt group: The Irish Times, February 9, 2009
Feb. 17
British navy man shot for recruiting: The Irish Times, February 9, 2009
Feb. 14
'Hooligans' hid razor blades in potatoes: Irish Independent, February 9, 2009
Feb. 12
IRA plans for coup d'etat revealed: The Irish Times, February 9, 2009
Feb. 11
Garda had network of paid IRA informants in 'practically every county': The Irish Times, February 9, 2009
Feb. 9
The State's worst-ever crisis was handled successfully by 10 men: Irish Examiner, January 20, 2009
Jan. 22
Church pays the price for its history of sectarianism and blind arrogance: Irish Examiner, January 17, 2009
Jan. 18
Sleeping with the enemy: Sunday Business Post, January 4, 2009
Jan. 8
US planned to use Shannon to transport troops Washington wanted to use airport without clearance: The Irish Times, December 31, 2008
Jan. 7
Revealed – how the Sex Pistols shook Ireland: The Guardian, December 31, 2008
Jan. 3
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, November 11, 2008
Dec. 12
The Irish miracle worker: Irish Independent, December 9, 2008
Dec. 11
Town to recognise links with 'Monty': Irish News, December 8, 2008
Dec. 10
Australian republicans' Ireland envy: EurekaStreet.com.au, December 8, 2008
Dec. 8
As The Man Says – Tribe Of The Gael: Ulster Herald, November 27, 2008
Dec. 5
Evolution of a force for peace: The Irish Times, June 28, 2008
Dec. 2
De Valera ordered top secret war files destroyed: Irish Independent, November 26, 2008
Nov. 26
Sainthood probe starts for 'Rosary Priest': Washington Times, November 23, 2008
Nov. 23
Blair Mayne 'should be awarded Victoria Cross': The News Letter, November 11, 2008
Nov. 13
Honour for Ireland's 'Oscar Schindler': Irish Examiner, October 20, 2008
Oct. 20
70 years since Union Jack was lowered Ceremony recalls Dunree handover: Derry Journal, October 9, 2008
Oct. 10
Nationalists forget how Europe enhanced our independence: The Irish Times, September 20, 2008
Sep. 21
Festival celebrates air pioneer: BBC, August 13, 2008
Aug. 19
All the world a stage: Ulster Herald, August 7, 2008
Aug. 15
The Irish heroes who defied the odds on road to Olympic glory: Irish Examiner, August 2, 2008
Aug. 2
JFK's sister to unveil his statue: Irish Independent, June 28, 2008
Jun. 28
British pension was fair game until we had to pay for it ourselves: Irish Examiner, May 29, 2008
Jun. 24
Ulster-born president was state's military architect: The News Letter, May 28, 2008
May 29
Belfast was on atomic bomb hitlist: Belfast Telegraph, May 5, 2008
May 6
And the Echo was there: Irish Echo, May 1, 2008
May 2
Washington visits reveal a history of the Troubles: Irish Independent, May 1, 2008
May 1
SS Laurentic remembered: UTV Internet, April 29, 2008
Apr. 28
No state apology for war disaster: Irish News, April 26, 2008
Apr. 27
Aer Lingus – 50 years of American dreams: Irish Independent, April 25, 2008
Apr. 25
Quiet reformer whose golf handicap was the least of his achievements: Irish Examiner, April 17, 2008
Apr. 23
Auction off as police chief lays claim to RUC ledgers: Irish News, April 17, 2008
Apr. 18
Foreign policy mandarin who gave Ireland a key role on world stage: Irish Examiner, March 15, 2008
Mar. 31
Call for tribute to Co Derry Rangers star: Derry Journal, March 27, 2008
Mar. 28
How Ireland exorcised the ghost of empire: Independent on Sunday, March 23, 2008
Mar. 23
Cosgrave's covert relations with Washington and the CIA: Irish Independent, December 29, 2007
Mar. 13
Korean war stories never to be forgotten: Sunday Independent, March 9, 2008
Mar. 9
Confessions of an Irish censor – why Clark Gable, 'Casablanca' and Cliff got the chop: The Independent, March 6, 2008
Mar. 6
Family seek information on WWII bomber pilot: Derry Journal, February 18, 2008
Feb. 29
Political hypocrisy has long history, but Bertie is guilty of much worse: Irish Examiner, February 2, 2008
Feb. 13
Irish Munich disaster victim remembered: RTE, February 2, 2008
Feb. 12
Banishing ghosts of a Rising that very nearly destroyed us: Irish Independent, February 7, 2008
Feb. 7
Republicans split on South's legacy: Limerick Leader, January 12, 2008
Feb. 5
Can Ireland Unite?: The Atlantic, April 1954
Feb. 2
Sea disaster victims remembered: BBC, January 31, 2008
Feb. 1
Catholic strongman who was finally laid low by the sexual revolution: Irish Examiner, January 31, 2008
Jan. 31
Irish Jewish body wants Hunt museum probe: Sunday Business Post, January 27, 2008
Jan. 27
Ex Trinity student was CIA's Irish link, records show: Ireland.com, December 28, 2007
Jan. 22
Olympic hero joins hall of fame: BBC, Jannuary 3, 2008
Jan. 10
Constitution owes much to the legal establishment: Sunday Business Post, January 6, 2008
Jan. 6
Lemass authorised aircraft searches during Cuban crisis: The Irish Times, December 28, 2007
Dec. 30
Putin honour recalls day Irishman sprang Soviet spy: Irish Examiner, November 16, 2007
Dec. 15
Ambitious project is launched to chart the 80 year history of the RUC: UTV Internet, November 15, 2007
Nov. 25
New light shed on IRA's Border Campaign: Irish Democrat, November 13, 2007
Nov. 22
The real history of Churchill and Dev was well hidden in TV series: Irish Examiner, October 20, 2007
Nov. 17
When history and hearsay collide: Sunday Business Post, October 28, 2007
Nov. 2
Why passports have become a necessary inconvience for travellers: Belfast Telegraph, October 26, 2007
Oct. 27
Martyrs website launched: Newry Democrat. October 17, 2007
Oct. 18
Tribute to the brave who went to fight Franco: The News Letter, October 15, 2007
Oct. 17
Re-assessing the 50s Border Campaign: Irish Democrat, October 5, 2007
Oct. 15
Pat Dawson – Donegal's surving border fox: Donegal Democrat, April 19, 2007
Oct. 1
DNA may hold key to WWII pilot's identity: Irish Independent, September 24, 2007
Sep. 27
Irish air ace shot down in 1941 to find peace at last: Irish Independent, September 4, 2007
Sep. 19
The day Croke Park only narrowly avoided a second Bloody Sunday: Irish Examiner, September 15, 2007
Sep. 16
Ulster war hero to get statue at SAS HQ: The News Letter, August 30, 2007
Aug. 31
Many old scores were never settled in the Kingdom thanks to football: Irish Examiner, August 25, 2007
Aug. 26
Screen legend O'Hara to greet flight of Vintage Lady: Irish Examiner, July 4, 2007
Jul. 23
Killing spree led to fear of pogrom on Dublin Jews: Sunday Independent, June 24, 2007
Jul. 7
Irish victims of Stalin uncovered: BBC, June 16, 2007
Jun. 17
Historic national security files released: Ireland.com, June 8, 2007
Jun. 13
Syphilis was rife in post-Civil War period, especially in army: Irish Independent, June 11, 2007
Jun. 11
From Protestant parliament to new seat of unity: Irish Independent, May 9, 2007
May 10
Plaques mark secret wartime air corridor in Donegal: Irish Independent, April 19, 2007
Apr. 20
Malaysia honours Irish veterans: BBC, April 14, 2007
Apr. 15
Ties that bind us ... through sadness and joy: Belfast Telegraph, April 13, 2007
Apr. 14
IRA gunman 'had too many morals' in 1950s: Irish Independent, March 19, 2007
Mar. 19
How Ravenhill rebels made an issue out of an anthem: The Guardian, February 27, 2007
Feb. 27
Book raises new questions about Globemaster: Sunday Independent, February 25, 2007
Feb. 25
The legacy of South and O'Hanlon: Impartial Reporter, February 15, 2007
Feb. 20
Papers shed little light on Ó Dálaigh Donegan fallout: Irish Examiner, December 29, 2006
Feb. 7
Ceasefire could not put an end to bitter Civil War politics: Irish Independent, December 29, 2006
Jan. 29
We are past masters at Nazi denial: Sunday Independent, January 21, 2007
Jan. 27
IRA men's deaths that caught whole country's imagination: (from the Irish News, January 1, 2007)
Jan. 23
Remembering 'the way we were' during the war: Impartial Reporter, January 18, 2007
Jan. 21
Hidden tensions of O Dalaigh affair: Sunday Business Post, December 31, 2006
Jan. 19
JFK had to turn down citizenship offer from government: Irish Independent, December 29, 2006
Jan. 17
British nervous of Soviet spies in Ireland: Sunday Business Post, December 31, 2006
Jan. 16
More than 60 years on, the media still swallow distorted information: Irish Examiner, January 13, 2007
Jan. 15
My part in downfall of a President over the 'thundering disgrace' debacle: Irish Independent, January 6, 2007
Jan. 13
The shamrock and the swastika: Irish Independent, January 6, 2007
Jan. 12
De Valera helped Nazi war criminal: The Sunday Times, January 7, 2007
Jan. 10
The founder of Folens was a member of the Gestapo: Sunday Independent, January 7, 2007
Jan. 9
Did de Valera get it wrong in his handling of partition?: Irish Examiner, January 6, 2007
Jan. 8
'He fell beneath a northern sky': Village, December 28, 2006
Jan. 5
Neutral Ireland's secret war: Sunday Business Post, December 31, 2006
Jan. 4
War hero Barry was chief suspect in controversial murder case: Irish Examiner, December 29, 2006
Dec. 31
When we could barely afford to send our Taoiseach to America: Irish Independent, December 29, 2006
Dec. 30
Ireland Knew of Threats to Kennedy in 1963 Trip: New York Times, December 29, 2006
Dec. 29
Stone's actions 'an attack on democracy': (from the Irish News, November 25, 2006)
Dec. 17
Cardinal marched behind parades: Daily Record, December 3, 2006
Dec. 6
From a Free State hero to a buffoon in a Blueshirt: Irish Independent, December 2, 2006
Dec. 2
De Valera hoped to save a few quid through Nazi attack: Irish Independent, November 30, 2006
Dec. 1
De Valera sought papal approval for Constitution: The Irish Times, November 27, 2006
Nov. 29
Stormont papers opened to public: BBC, November 20, 2006
Nov. 24
The many resignations of O Dalaigh: Sunday Independent, October 29, 2006
Nov. 5
Dictator stops play: The Observer, October 1, 2006
Oct. 6
De Valera's betrayal of the women of 1916: Irish Democrat, July 5, 2006
Sep. 27
Memorial honours Irish war pilot: Irish Examiner, September 20, 2006
Sep. 20
Hangman for the Irish State: Irish Post, July 28, 2006
Jul. 28
Rising to meet its destiny: The Sunday Times, April 16, 2006
Jul. 19
Part II – the day the queen got stoned: Daily Ireland, June 29, 2006
Jul. 9
The day the queen got stoned: Daily Ireland, June 28, 2006
Jul. 7
1963 – Warm welcome for JFK in Ireland: BBC, June 27, 2006
Jun. 27
History has a lesson for us about part-time and politicised police: Irish Examiner, May 13, 2006
Jun. 21
Retracing steps of Shankill republicans: Irelandclick.com, June 15, 2006
Jun. 16
When Eagles from the USA landed over at Eglinton base: Belfast Telegraph, June 7, 2006
Jun. 9
Remembering the Irish in Korea: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, June 9, 2006
Jun. 9
Childers' jaunt in the Park was as brilliant as it was brief: Sunday Independent, December 11, 2005
Jun. 5
Michael O'Riordan: Sunday Telegraph, May 28, 2006
May 29
War-time children recall evacuation: BBC, October 19, 2005
May 24
The quiet man who united two famous patriot families: Irish Independent, February 4, 2006
May 15
MI5 file on Flying Fay to be made public: Sunday Business Post, February 26, 2006
May 14
1946 hunger strike tribute: Daily Ireland, May 11, 2006
May 12
The Irish and the Empire State Building: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, May 5, 2006
May 5
Intelligent, confused republican traditionalist: Daily Ireland, April 26, 2006
Apr. 27
Divisons over Máirtín Ó Cadhain's legacy: Daily Ireland, April 24, 2006
Apr. 26
Isn't it time all church leaders showed true Christian spirit?: Irish Examiner, April 22, 2006
Apr. 23
The bishops . . . and the Spanish dictator: Irish Independent, March 21, 2006
Mar. 31
Nelson's Pillar: Sunday Independent, March 12, 2006
Mar. 15
Memorial Will Recall Messines Park Bomb Dead: Derry Journal, March 7, 2006
Mar. 8
The age of innocence, back when we were all immaculate: Irish Independent, March 1, 2006
Mar. 1
The IRA prisoners under lough and key: Sunday Life, Febraury 5, 2006
Feb. 8
Peig treated contemptibly: Daily Ireland, January 19, 2006
Jan. 30
Champion of the underprivileged who engaged in a little dog-baiting: Irish Examiner, January 7, 2006
Jan. 15
Who really was Limerick man Seán Sabhat from Garryowen? We all really should know: Daily Ireland, January 13, 2006
Jan. 14
Hyde (and de Valera) offered condolences on Hitler's death: Irish Independent
Dec. 31
Ultimately, Haughey got tangled in his own web of deceit: Irish Examiner, July 2, 2005
Dec. 28
Irish hero who should have been awarded top honour: Sunday Independent, December 18, 2005
Dec. 22
Ghosts of Irish America's Past: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, December 16, 2005
Dec. 21
NI's wartime command remembered: BBC, December 13, 2005
Dec. 14
John Finn, hero of Pearl Harbor: Irish Echo, December 9, 2005
Dec. 8
Earlier 'on-the-runs' ignored by RUC: Sunday Business Post, December 4, 2005
Dec. 4
Bombed Nelson's Pillar back on show in Dublin: UTV Internet, September 7, 2005
Dec. 3
British feared killer spiders plot by IRA: Irish Independent, November 21, 2005
Nov. 25
Ian knows a thing or two about fascism: Daily Ireland, October 18, 2005
Oct. 19
Haughey's riotous behaviour was no comfort to war victim's relatives: Irish Examiner, May 7, 2005
Oct. 14
RUC files from the thirties found: (from the Irish News, June 18, 2005)
Oct. 5
Uncommon valor: Irish Echo, May 6, 2005
Oct. 3
The man who shaped a nation: (from the Irish News, July 30, 2005)
Oct. 2
Tributes to veteran republican at funeral: (from the Irish News, April 8, 2005)
Sep. 3
De Valera's finest hour came after Churchill's post – war attack on him: Irish Examiner, May 14, 2005
Aug. 10
Reporting the last IRA 'stand down': BBC, July 27, 2005
Jul. 29
Drive to have Irish heroes of Vietnam remembered: Sunday Independent, April 10, 2005
Jul. 28
Sentimental journey for ex – GIs: BBC, April 26, 2005
Jul. 25
Fr. Joe and the USS Franklin: Irish Echo, March 17, 2005
Jun. 26
Vietnam vet finally honoured by the US: (from the Irish News, April 15, 2005)
May 30
Charles and Camilla and how Dev turned a royal abdication crisis to our advantage: Irish Independent, April 11, 2005
May 21
Scarface Skorzeny – the Hitler henchman who became a Kildare farmer: Irish Independent, May 9, 2005
May 19
Hibernian Chronicle – Nelson's Pillar Demolished: Irish Echo, March 11, 2005
May 16
Reviving Irish... it's still a joke in any language: Irish Independent, March 24, 2005
May 15
Flag-flying folio fled fulminating flames: (from the Irish News, February 11, 2005)
May 14
Dev had good reason to be nice to Hitler's envoy until the bitter end: Irish Examiner
May 12
Lord Haw-Haw and Ireland's dilemma over the War: Irish Independent, May 7, 2005
May 9
An IRA volunteer in Spain: Irish Independent, February 5, 2005
May 7
My father and Lord Haw Haw: The Guardian, February 10, 2005
May 6
Sean Russell and the Nazis: The Blanket, January 31, 2005
May 3
City To Recall Battle That Hastened Peace: The News Letter, January 19, 2005
Apr. 25
Forget Harry's furore... we've our own Nazi past: Irish Independent, January 20, 2005
Apr. 24
Secret service defied neutrality during second world war: The Sunday Times, February 6, 2005
Apr. 18
Princes without prejudices – a fresh call-up for the Irish Guards regiment: Sunday Independent, March 20, 2005
Apr. 16
Dev 'intrigued' by Allies' plea for an end to neutrality: Irish Independent, February 5, 2005
Apr. 16
State must apologise for de Valera's morally repugnant error of judgment over Hitler: Irish Independent, January 28, 2005
Apr. 6
Merchant of mercy: Irish Echo, January 7, 2005
Mar. 12
Vince the unsung victor: Limerick Leader, November 6, 2004
Mar. 3
Military types who enter politics usually shoot themselves in the foot: Irish Examiner, January 8, 2005
Feb. 26
Queen told of gratitude for UK turn-out at funeral of Childers: Irish Independent, January 3, 2005
Feb. 25
Memories of Lartigue monorail on track in radio documentary: Limerick Leader, January 1, 2005
Feb. 24
Remembering Belfast Celtic: TheWildGeese.com, December 24, 2004
Feb. 8
John Stephenson, founder of the Provisional IRA, was English. Nothing strange about that.: Fortnight, October 2004
Feb. 2
Apology needed for Dev's error: (from the Irish News, January 28, 2005)
Jan. 30
Mairtin O Cadhain: The Blanket
Jan. 17
Assassinated strongman was not the Free State's chief executioner: Irish Examiner, November 20, 2004
Jan. 14
NI veteran's emotional return: BBC, November 9, 2004
Jan. 1
Fighter pilot ace remembered in unique ceremony: Irish Independent, November 6, 2004
Dec. 29
Truth in the news... how FF sold out its own in the Irish Press saga: Irish Examiner, November 6, 2004
Dec. 22
Joe Cahill the 'gunman' and his part in the peace: Irish Independent, December 7, 2004
Dec. 7
Wartime files reveal MI5's terror of Nazi invasion aided by IRA suspects: Sunday Independent, October 24, 2004
Nov. 27
Ghosts and fascists ran amok during the strange days of our neutrality: Irish Examiner, October 9, 2004
Nov. 16
Nationalist support must not be undermined again: The Sunday Times, November 28, 2004
Nov. 28
Wrongfully dismissed garda dies in New York: RTE, October 17, 2004
Nov. 19
Portrait of a brainwashed society: The Guardian, October 11, 2004
Nov. 11
P. Michael O'Sullivan 1940-2004: The Blanket, September 22, 2004
Nov. 8
Loyalists back memorial for Catholic VC: The Sunday Times, October 3, 2004
Oct. 3
Scouts remember sunken liner: BBC, August 23, 2004
Sep. 30
50 years since daring attack on British army barracks in Omagh: Ulster Herald, October 14, 2004 —link dead
Oct. 16
Every reason to be proud of war hero: Belfast Telegraph, Octobr 6, 2004
Oct. 7
Politics didn't pay for republicans: The Sunday Times, September 26, 2004
Sep. 26
Call to honor Limerick sailors killed by Nazis: Irish Echo, August 13, 2004
Sep. 3
Whatever flag flew over them, our Olympians have done us proud: Irish Examiner, August 14, 2004
Aug. 16
IRA arms raid of 1954 is marked: (from the Irish News, June 12, 2004)
Aug. 7
War veteran better qualified to assess the situation but...: Belfast Telegraph, August 11, 2004
Aug. 13
'The Confines of Republicanism': The Blanket, June 17, 2004
Jul. 28
'The Confines of Republicanism': The Blanket, June 17, 2004
Jul. 17
Never forget Ireland's own glorious dead: (from the Irish News, May 28, 2004)
Jul. 12
In remembrance of Irish boys lost: Irish Examiner, June 8, 2004
Jul. 1
Irish veterans mark D-Day: Irish Examiner, May 25, 2004
Jun. 19
'For 60 years we were called traitors': Irish Examiner, June 7, 2004
Jun. 26
Order Salutes Members Who Fought On D-Day: The News Letter, June 3, 2004
Jun. 4
The 1934 Republican Congress — Broad Front or Narrow Retreat?: The Blanket, May 11, 2004
Jun. 2
A nation-builder who didn't bring his parenting skills home: Irish Examiner, May 15, 2004
May 31
Divided – But The War Made Them Brothers In Arms: The News Letter, May 13, 2004
May 28
Boystown founder 'did not condemn reform schools': Irish Independent, April 28, 2004
May 16
Veterans relive memories of war: Irish Examiner, April 16, 2004
May 6
Terror of the blitz remembered: BBC, April 6, 2004
Apr. 27
49 years ago – Fr. Corridan, the crusading 'Waterfront Priest': Irish Echo, March 26, 2004
Apr. 25
De Valera's dance with the Nazi Reich: Sunday Business Post, April 4, 2004
Apr. 21
Farmer demolishes wartime air base before 'listing': Daily Telegraph, April 1, 2004
Apr. 13
Climbdown on Irish volunteers at D-Day event: Scotland on Sunday, March 7, 2004
Mar. 7
Statesman Who Moulded Ulster: The News Letter, February 9, 2004
Mar. 6
Dev's secret depression: Limerick Leader, January 24, 2004
Feb. 11
Former UUP leader dies: BBC, February 5, 2004
Feb. 7
Dev showed them how to run a republic, but they've betrayed it: Irish Examiner, January 10, 2004
Feb. 1
MV Kerlogue at War – Serving Neither King Nor Fuehrer, But Humanity: TheWildGeese.com. December 28, 2003
Jan. 30
Pen portraits gave frank assessments: Sunday Business Post, January 4, 2004
Jan. 26
55 Years Ago – The Republic of Ireland is born: Irish Echo, December 19, 2003
Jan. 16
Sinn Féints: Irish Echo, December 19, 2003
Jan. 15
The Sweep dynasty that failed the test of time: Sunday Independent, December 7, 2003
Dec. 8
Long shadow of the hierarchy still hangs over Government Buildings: Irish Examiner, November 1, 2003
Dec. 1
If it really were a republic, we'd be served better by our government: Irish Examiner, October 18, 2003
Nov. 24
IRA bungling foiled Nazi invasion plan: The Scotsman, November 14, 2003
Nov. 15
Forgotten no more: Irish Echo, November 7, 2003
Nov. 12
America finally embraces its Korean War Irish dead: Irish Echo, November 7, 2003
Nov. 9
US honours Irish Korean war dead: Irish Independent, October 31, 2003
Nov. 9
The Night de Valera Replied to Churchill: The Blanket, September 23, 2003
Oct. 13
The lost generation: Belfast Telegraph, October 8, 2003
Oct. 9
The compassionate side of our States of Fear: Irish Independent, August 8, 2003
Aug. 9
The US war corps which 'didn't exist': Belfast Telegraph, July 18, 2003
Aug. 8
How Ireland Hid Its Own Dirty Laundry: New York Times, August 3, 2003
Aug. 6
Politics takes a back seat when personalities rule: (from Irelandclick.com, July 12, 2003)
Aug. 3
'Best fed' Irish ate up JFK's charm and wit: (from the Irish News, June 26, 2003)
Jun. 27
JFK's sister goes back to New Ross: Irish Independent, June 19, 2003
Jun. 25
My Orange relative got off on right note: The Sunday Times, June 22, 2003
Jun. 24
The colourful life of the peaceful White Stag Group: Irish IndependentJune 17, 2003
Jun. 20
Dev's secret war on the side of the Allies destroys neutrality myth: Irish Examiner, May 31, 2003
Jun. 19
Soviet spy who had his eye on Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, May 24, 2003
Jun. 8
Derry Woman Vows to Challenge US 'Vetting' Claims: Derry Journal, May 23, 2003
Jun. 5
American GIs were warned away from sex-hungry women: Irish Examiner, May 21, 2003
Jun. 4
De Valera thought a little blood would help our flag: Montreal Gazette, June 1, 2003
Jun. 3
Donegal Corridor was key in WWII: Bridgeton News, May 12, 2003
May 20
Proving that Paddy was capable of governing himself: Sunday Independent, April 27, 2003
May 4
The last British outpost in the Irish Republic: Belfast Telegraph, April 18, 2003
Apr. 29
Trouble in the '20s – Protestant workers lined up and gunned down: (from Irelandclick.com, March 28, 2003)
Apr. 21
The truth about 1935: Limerick Leader, March 22, 2003
Apr. 12
Fight to save poet's towering inspiration: Daily Telegraph, March 17, 2003
Apr. 5
Eleanor Roosevelt visits Northern Ireland, 1942: Belfast Telegraph, March 15, 2003
Mar. 25
Proving himself a better man: Irish Independent, February 8, 2003
Feb. 22
Remembrance of Those Who Perished at Sea: The News Letter, January 31, 2003
Feb. 14
Ireland failed to help Jews under threat from Nazis, says minister: Irish Independent, January 26, 2003
Feb. 13
Why this was such a cold house for Jews: Irish Independent, February 1, 2003
Abdication affected Free State: (from the Irish News), January 31, 2003

A view north – a young boy transported, a gray city transformed: Irish Echo, January 7, 2003

How Dev stopped divorcee becoming Saorstat's queen: Irish Independent, January 2, 2003

New Constitution strongly criticised: Irish Independent, January 2, 2003

State had 'go slow' policy on Jews in wake of holocaust: Irish Independent, January 2, 2003

Tragedy of the Princess Victoria is remembered: Belfast Telegraph, January 4, 2003

Man of century? Not so in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph, January 4, 2003

Bishop Casey advocated constitutional change: Sunday Independent, January 5, 2003

Ulster air crash a distant memory: Belfast Telegraph, January 3, 2003

De Valera advocated forcefully moving one million Protestants: Irish Examiner, January 6, 2003

1948 – Celts Mugged on Boxing Day: Wild Geese, Dec 27, 2002

Vision of self-sufficiency cedes to economics: Sunday Independent, December 8, 2002

The bomb factory under Armagh Cathedral: Belfast Telegraph, December 7, 2002

Free State used Nazi ruling to bar Jews: The Observer, December 8, 2002

Why Irishwomen are still waiting for their own Independence Day: Irish Examiner, December 7, 2002

Justice story: New York Daily News, December 8, 2002

Liam Mellows and the Irish Revolutions: The Blanket, June 2002

MI5 'guarded Irish war neutrality': The Sunday Times, November 24, 2002

62 years ago – Joseph Kennedy steps down: Irish Echo, November 6, 2002

Wartime air pact to be marked: (from Irish News, November 1, 2002)

Victims of a wartime air raid: Belfast Telegraph, October 25, 2002

A familiar history of tantrums, talks, turbulence and tragedy: (from the Irish News, Oct 16)

Ship sank with loss of 133 lives: Belfast Telegraph, October 10, 2002

72 years ago – Fr. Coughlin on the air: Irish Echo, October 2, 2002

Air-force men wanted by IRA, reveal documents: The Sunday Times, October 6, 2002: The Sunday Times

Falls man's execution letter is unearthed after 80 years: Irelandclick.com, August 15, 2002

Lord Oranmore and Browne: Daily Telegraph, August 10, 2002

Shamrock pride of a forgotten war hero: Irish Independent, July 31, 2002

57 years ago: Irish nun at Hiroshima: Irish Echo, July 31, 2002

Ireland's secret Allied airbase: Ireland on Sunday, July 7, 2002

Bridie Letzer, 78; Former Political Prisoner, Civil Rights Activist: Los Angeles Times, July 4, 2002

Irish sacrifice should not be ignored: Belfast Telegraph, July 1, 2002

Britain 'feared 1940 invasion of Ulster by IRA': The Guardian, June 19, 2002

A story of courage and faith amid dire poverty: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com, June 12, 2002

When Hitler's Luftwaffe dropped by the New Lodge – Part 2: (from Irelandclick.com, June 13, 2002)

When Hitler's Luftwaffe dropped by the New Lodge: (from Irelandclick.com, June 6, 2002)

Errant pupil to master of British propaganda: Irish Post, May 22, 2002

Sieg Heil, Irish style: The Times, May 19, 2002

Derry's Mayor forges new friendship with Americans: Derry Journal, May 7, 2002

Belfast man who hunted the Bismark: The News Letter, April 19, 2002

From pit boy to the king of song: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com, April 3, 2002

The mystery of Ireland's lethally seductive spy: Irish Independent, March 21, 2002

Nation honours sea veterans who risked death in wartime: Irish Independent, February 25, 2002

Coventry Cathedral planning to honour Irish workers who built it: Irish Independent, February 25, 2002

Shannon's early days of flying boats and Dakotas: The Irish Times, February 23, 2002

The proud 'Paddys' who gave their lives: The News Letter, February 22, 2002

How early Irish radio made political waves: The Irish Times, February 6, 2002

The Province's worst shipping disaster remembered: The News Letter, February 2, 2002

St. Patrick's Mass set for Irish Korean War dead: Irish Echo, January 30, 2002

Britain is cleared on Irish air crash: The Times, January 25, 2002

Uncle Adolf's Irish family: Irish Independent, January 25, 2002

57 years ago: Audie Murphy saves the day: Irish Echo, January 23, 2002

Report rules out missile incident as cause of 1968 Tuskar air crash: The Irish Times, January 12, 2002

Reid steps in over Somme graves threat: Belfast Telegraph, December 11, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – The International Brigade: The Irish Times, December 6, 2001

Beckett's role in Resistance highlighted in new war book: Irish Independent, December 3, 2001

War pilot escapee dies: Sunday Independent, November 25, 2001

De Valera used backers to found paper under his control, book claims: Irish Examiner, November 21, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Frank Ryan, Eoin O'Duffy, Spanish Civil War: The Irish Times, November 19, 2001

Molyneaux – reliving the horror of Belsen: Belfast Telegraph, November 6, 2001

IRA plotted with Nazis to invade Northern Ireland: Electronic Telegraph, October 19, 2001

De Valera 'bore no ill will to Churchill': The Independent, August 15, 2001

Compensation for WW2 Irish seamen: Irish Echo, August 8, 2001

Moves afoot to honor Korea Irish dead: Irish Echo, July 18, 2001

Confused victim of 'the ban' – Manus Shanahan's love of Gaelic football: The Irish Times, July 7, 2001

Cross-Border agreement to care for war memorial – Island of Ireland Peace Park, Belgium: The Irish Times, June 20, 2001

Historical Fianna Fáil letters go on sale, 1921-1931: Irish Examiner, June 19, 2001

The Kerryman who squared up to Capone; Mad Dog Madden: The Irish Times, June 16, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Irish in WW2: The Irish Times, June 6, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – the 12 Unionist seats in NI, 1950-60s: The Irish Times, June 5, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Irish names in San Francisco Vietnam memorial, May 28, 2001

75 years on, Fianna Fáil party still striving to fulfil its founders' dreams: Irish Independent, May 16, 2001

The ever onwards march of the soldiers of Ireland's destiny: Irish Examiner, May 14, 2001

Historical figure 'inspired' author – Jack White, founder of Irish Citizen Army: Irish News, May 10, 2001

Papers show war neutrality fears: The Irish Times, May 9, 2001

Scots rebels wanted pact with Nazis: The Times, May 9, 2001

Heil Hibernia: Sunday Business Post, April 29, 2001

Nazi blitz of Belfast brought a rare unity: Irish Echo, April 25, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Luftwaffe air raids, Belfast: The Irish Times, April 20, 2001

200 died when Luftwaffe attacked city: The Irish Times, April 16, 2001

The night the Germans bombed Belfast: Irelandclick.com, April 16, 2001

The Belfast blitz is remembered: BBC, April 11, 2001

Blitz spirit must win through today: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial), April 13, 2001

He was the emperor of Albany County – Daniel P. O'Connell: Albany Times Union, January 1, 2000

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