Armed anti-Treaty members of the Irish Republican Army in Grafton...
Armed anti-Treaty members of the Irish Republican Army in Grafton Street, Dublin during the Irish Civil War.
In pictures: Revolutionary Ireland 1913-1923
Major new photographic exhibition shows the bloody reality of life in Ireland from the 1913 Lockout to the tortured birth of the Republic.
History And Counter-History In Ireland – Confronting The Apologist Historians
Troops of the British Occupation Forces watch over Dublin City during the War of Independence, Ireland, 1920
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The top Irish Story features of 2011
At the start of the new year, we review our most viewed of our articles and interviews published in 2011. The top ten most viewed articles were; Life and Debt – A Short History of pub…
British troops using a Mark V tank and a battering ram to break down...
British troops using a Mark V tank and a battering ram to break down the door of a Johnston Mooney & O'Brien bakery at 153 Capel Street, Dublin, during the Irish War of Independence, circa 1921.
The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....