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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 35 n 137 - 2006|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2006|
The most resounding charge brought during the last two decades against 'revisionism' in Irish historiography has been that of a tacit collaboration between historians and the government. This accus...
D. A. J. MACPHERSON, Auteur ; Donald M. MACRAILD, Auteur |
The two 'great unknowns' of Irish migration history, women and Protestants, have received deserved attention in the decade or so since Donald Akenson first drew attention to them as lacunae in an o...
Ulster Protestant, farmer's son, journalist, I.R.B. member, Irish Volunteer organiser, hunger-striker, Sinn Féin T.D. and Minister for Trade and Commerce, advocate of the Anglo-Irish treaty, Cumann...
The importance to Irish Travellers of the border with Norhern Ireland, historically, is difficult to ascertain. Families with limited travel circuits in the southern counties may have considered it...
The seventeenth-century tradition that the Irish lord chancellor, Sir Richard Bolton, was the author of the 1644 Declaration asserting the legislative independence of the Irish parliament has long ...
On 22 August 1798 the United Irishmen's long-term efforts to obtain French support finally came to fruition with the appearance of three frigates in Killala Bay on the coast of Mayo. Unfortunately ...