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95 years ago, the last chapter to Bloody Sunday ended with the shooting of Shankers Ryan by Michael Collins’ squad.
Two new online resources delve into the history of the Easter Rising through personal accounts.
An amazing effort to free Ireland after the US Civil War.
Harland & Wolff built more than ships - find out what else the metal work masters created.
1,500 articles and illustrations relating to Ireland’s Great Hunger are now part of the museum’s digital database.
St. Patrick didn’t banish all the snakes from Ireland; there were never any snakes in Ireland to begin with.
A look into Emily Dickinson's fascinating Irish connection: her maid, Margaret Maher.
Meet the man who “heard no color line in the music” in Guinness’ high-energy look at the 1930s New York jazz scene.
Campaigners want the Destroyer Class DDG Ship to be named after Mayoman Patrick Gallagher.
US President’s 1984 visit to Ireland recalled in archive release.