Gerard J. Hannan

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Awesome Ladies of History: Grace O’Malley,...

<i>Awesome Ladies of History: Grace O’Malley, Pirate Queen of the Irish Seas as portrayed by Lily Cole</i><p>Grace O’Malley was an Irish pirate, Queen of …

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And In The Morning

Veterans of the First World War discuss how they felt when they heard that there had been an armed rising in Ireland in 1916.<p>A number of Irish men …

Remembrance Day

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Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

The Gold Boat Story | Gold Boat Journeys

Striking Gold<p><b>Buried Treasure in an Irish Farm Field</b><p><i>The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”</i><p>– …

Emerald Isle

Lace, but not as you know it

Irish lace is world famous for its beauty and diversity, but behind the fragile surface lie stories of love, life and death<p>Sat, Mar 22, 2014, 01:00<p>An …

Knitting

Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Curragh Mutiny had disastrous effect on discipline in the British Army

Conference on the 1914 mutiny organised by the Centre for Contemporary History at Trinity College Dublin<p>Sat, Mar 22, 2014, 01:07<p>in The Curragh<p>The …

United Kingdom

Irish Brotherhood at the Knights of the Red Branch Hall

<i>Welcome to Curbed's ongoing series titled Hidden History, where Curbed highlights a Bay Area location with a secret past. Maybe it's no longer there, maybe it's been converted into something else, but each spot holds a place in Bay Area history - even if not many people know it. Have a suggestion</i> …

The Templemore miracles

<i>Above: The improvised altar that had been erected in a yard beside Dwan’s shop, Templemore, 22 August 1920. (National Photographic Archive)</i><p>On the …

Ireland

Robert Emmet's grave still a mystery amid London speculation

<b>HIS final resting place remains one of the last great tales of republican intrigue and lately, a hot topic of discussion among the Irish in …

North London

The Irish Famine

The Irish catastrophe<p>The Great Famine in Ireland began as a natural catastrophe of extraordinary magnitude, but its effects were severely worsened by the actions and inactions of the Whig government, headed by Lord John Russell in the crucial years from 1846 to 1852.<p>Altogether, about a million …