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Details of research revealed at launch of new book on monument.
The five tragic Iowa brothers who joined up after Pearl Harbor.
Royal Hospital, Kilmainham was built to house around 300 wounded soldiers, and could accommodate up to 1000.
Dublin workhouse records accounted for a huge swathe of the population.
Thought you knew everything about your ancestors from Antrim? Think again.
Newly digitized records show it was not just the poor who died during the famine.
168th anniversary of “The Liberator’s” death commemorated at Glasnevin Cemetery.
Ireland is full of incredible, majestic places and sometimes it's hard to know where to start.
Nurse Margaret Keogh was allegedly killed by British Soldiers as she tried to aid the wounded.
The Irish American community harbors a deeply held belief that it was the victim of systematic job discrimination.
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