Exploring justice in 19th century Ireland

Learning about crime and punishment may not be on everyone's holiday activity checklist, but an exhibition called ‘A Most Proper Verdict’ set to tour Mid-East Antrim this summer, makes a good case for why it should.

‘The Quiet Man’ at 70: How an Irish classic almost didn’t make it to screen

It is not uncommon in these times to have movies shot on location in Ireland. Going back over half a century there was probably the best remembered of them all “The Quiet Man” which had its Irish premiere 70 years ago – June 5th 1952 to be exact.

The Irish Free State and the London Naval Conference

It has already been previously established that the Free State government’s main concern at the 1927 Coolidge Naval Conference, was to ensure that the Free State’s delegation was represented separately from Britain.


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