Irish history and interest stories surround World War I and World War II. The First and Second World Wars continue to be remembered and rightly so, "lest we forget".
"She hid them in her car and drove them high into the Pyrenees. It will probably never be known how many children she saved..
Army Cpl. Joseph W. Sullivan, a veteran of the Second World War, was killed in action during the Korean War on November 30, 1950, when his daughter Eileen Sullivan Alber was just four years old.
His story is being told in "Medal of Honor: Wild Bill Donovan," the latest issue of the Association of the United States Army's graphic novel series.
Born to Irish parents in Australia, Lawrence Dominic McCarthy served with distinction during the First World War.
This Dublin-born Dr. Thomas Joseph Crean excelled on the rugby pitch, in medicine, and on the battlefield during the Boer War and World War One.
On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped a nuclear bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima killed at least 129k people but not Sister Julie Canny, from Galway, who survived.
Edward "Mick" Mannock was one of the greatest pilots in the British Army during WW1 and he was born in Ireland, His death took place today, July 26, in 1918.
The Nazi intelligence handbook sold at an auction hosted by Purcell Auctioneers for €1,100 ($1,300) and features a detailed military study of the geographical landscape of the west of Ireland.
300,000 Irish men voluntarily joined the British army to fight against German imperialism but Ireland was dead set against the imposition of conscription.
On July 15, 1899, former Irish Taoiseach Seán Lemass was born in Dublin. We celebrate the legacy of the Irish World War II leader.
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