The James Connolly Festival 2018 at the New Theatre in Temple Bar (Dublin) gave over Saturday night, May 12, to FIBI to commemorate the Irish who fought with the International Brigade in the Spanish […]
Charlie O’Neill was born in Drimnagh on 20th December 1937 and was a dyer by trade. His family had fought with the United Irishman and The Fenians. He was a […]
Richard Behal made a daring escape from Limerick prison using a hack-saw to cut through the iron bars of the cell window in 1966. Behal who was 80 in March, […]
The Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band attending the 1954 Wolfe Tone Annual Commemoration in Bodenstown, Co, Kildare. ” The Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band, was formed by Tomás MacCurtáin in 1914, as […]
The EU: talking of peace – preparing for war. Sponsored by PANA and the People’s Movement. Speaker: Luke Ming Flanagan MEP, The Oak Room, Mansion House 17 February 2018.
Stewart Reddin ‘Irish citizens of Basque Origin’: The story of Ireland’s Basque refugees during the Spanish Civil War. The Gallastegi family at their home in Gibbstown, Co Meath. Also in […]
MARXISM AND THE IRISH NATIONAL QUESTION D.R.O’Connor Lysaght. Paper Delivered at Echoes of Revolution Conference, University of East Anglia, 18/02/18. Marxists oppose nationalism as tending to divide the international […]