Forty- eight hours after the death of Garda Richard Fallon and the robbery of £2,000 from the Royal Bank on Arran Quay in 1970. Police appealed for seven men to […]
Dr.Máire O”Shea,happily worked with anarchists on several campaigns of common interest such as abortion rights and ‘Trade Unionists & Unemployed Against the Programme’. Living in England for many years, she […]
Speaking at the 2nd Frank Conroy Commemoration, Rayner O’Connor Lysaght said” parallels can be drawn from Conroy’s ideals and the earlier 1913 Dublin Lockout”. The Dublin Lockout is a major […]
‘No Go’ picks up from just where the last film (‘Battle of the Bogside’) left off. On the 14th August 1969 the British Army were deployed onto North of Ireland’s […]
What elevates the actions of Saor Eire to a serious revolutionary platform is the attempt to weld this political and military struggle into one unit. Any attempt in recent […]
Feature documentary on the 3-days of riots in Derry, North of Ireland that led to the deployment of British Troops into Derry in August 1969.
The loss of Máirín Keegan, was a blow to socialism and republicanism in Ireland. Máirín Keegan was a woman who lived ahead of her time. Known for her engaging personality, Máirín […]