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Veteran Military Historian Joe Collins gives his verdict

Veteran Trade Unionist and Men of Many Parts Des Branigan to be Remembered with Dun Laoghaire Exhibition

Mother Jones is Back – for full details of Programme see www.motherjonescork.com

A Forgotten Episode of the 1918 Anti-Conscription Campaign

Local History Group Day – March 24th

John ‘Miley’ Walsh, a founder member of the Dockers Preservation Society, who will be talking about his experiences over more than forty years working on the Docks   Saturday 24 March from 9.45am to 2.30pm in Dublin City Library & Archive, 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Local History Group Day is a chance to hear current research being undertaken […]

HEADSTONE TO BE UNVEILED TO EIGHT YEAR OLD VICTIM OF EASTER RISING IN GOLDENBRIDGE CEMETERY, DUBLIN

Eugene is standing on the right   AFTER 101 YEARS THE UNMARKED GRAVE OF ONE OF THE 40 CHILDREN KILLED IN 1916 HAS BEEN DISCOVERED AND A HEADSTONE WILL BE UNVEILED IN GOLDENBRIDGE CEMETERY ON FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 23 AT 10:30 AM. A headstone is to be erected on March 23rd, to mark the grave of […]

Stailc 1913 to be rebroadcast on TG4 – January 31st @ 21:30 and February 3rd @ 19:15

  Connolly 150 A full life Connolly 150 is a not?for?profit organisation established to promote public awareness of James Connolly and working class history as we approach the 150th anniversary of James Connolly’s birth in Edinburgh, We seek to raise awareness through research, events, writing, community engagement and organising. We are open to new and […]

Centenary of U-boat attacks on Dublin Port Ships Maritime tragedies remembered in exhibition at Civic Offices

This month marks the centenary of the sinking of two Dublin Port vessels in separate submarine attacks. An exhibition commemorating these tragedies will be on display at Dublin’s Civic offices for the next fortnight. “Dublin Docklands and the sinking of the S.S. Hare and S.S. Adela 1917” tells the story of how the Great War impacted on […]

Dublin Port Communities and U Boats Attacks 1917-1918

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