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‘Dublin's Great Wars: Parallel Stories from 1912-23’ a talk given by Richard Grayson


Prof Richard Grayson of, Goldsmiths, University of London will give a presentation on Dublin’s Great War.   We meet at 6.30pm at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) on the second Thursday of each month. We do not meet however in January, July or December.  

An Irish Soldier in the British Army


Survivors of 47 Brigade going back to rest area after the Battle of Guillemont-Ginchy, September 1916. Image: ‘Claremen in the 1st Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers’. J Kidney is listed in the section ‘Clare men in the Royal Munster Fusiliers and where they came from’.   16th (Irish) Division and the Gas Attacks at Hulluch (Loos…

One Day Conference : 'To End All Wars? The Aftermath and Legacy of The First World War'


Registration at 09:30am


Professor Gary Sheffield, (University of Wolverhampton, President of The Western Front Association): ‘Hinge of the 20th Century: The Aftermath of the First World War’

Gerry White, (Island of Ireland Trustee, WFA): 'From Gunner to Guerrilla - Tom Barry's Road to Rebellion'


Port Centre, Alexandra Rd, Nor…

5 October : 'To End All Wars. The Aftermath and Legacy of the First World War'.


Professor Gary Sheffield and Gerry White will be presenting at this one day conference Venue: Port Centre, Alexandra Road, North Dock, Dublin, DO1.  Time: 9:30am Registration 10:00am  Start 05:00pm Closes Talks Professor Gary Sheffield : ‘Hinge of the 20th Century: The Aftermath of the First World War’ Gerry White : 'From Gunner to Guerril…

‘The Black & Tans and Anglo-Irish War’ by Richard Wilcox


Richard Wilcox will be giving at talk on ‘The Black & Tans and Anglo-Irish War’ by Richard Wilcox IMAGE: A group of Black and Tans and Auxiliaries outside the London and North Western Hotel in Dublin following an attack by the IRA, April 1921

9 February 1917 : Pte Phinlo St. John Quirk


Third son of Hugh Quirk (a master mariner and teacher of navigation) and his wife Anna (née Deadon) of The Hill, Armagh. The second of three boys, Richard, then Phinlo then Gerald.  Phinlo was educated at Rathgar National School, Dublin.   On leaving he was apprenticed as an Engineer at Harland & Wolff, Belfast. At the time of enlistme…