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Beloved Dublin actors and their links to the Easter Rising and the Abbey Theater.
We will be fighting in a short time...it will be short and sharp. We will all be dead in a short time.”
The more you study the life of Irish rebel leader Patrick Pearse, the more elusive he becomes.
Letters between him and his beloved wife give an insight into the least well-known signatory of the Proclamation.
Military Archives in Dublin open as “permanent reminders” for 1916 centenary commemorations.
American novelist Mark Twain’s ancestor was the ‘witchfinder general’ during a famous Belfast witch trial.
The Edinburgh man calling the military shots from the GPO was the “heart” of the rebellion.
After her 3 children ended up in an orphanage did this Sligo woman move to the Chicago area to start a new life?
The gruesome tale of the half-man, half-beast that ruled over the streets of Georgian Dublin.
With Tom Clarke he made a Dynamic Fenian Duo, two men capable of rousing Ireland out of its political coma.