Robin Bury Book Launched

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A new book, Buried Lives, the Protestants of Southern Ireland was launched recently in Dublin.

Review by Eoghan Harris in the Belfast Telegraph

Review by Brian Kennaway in the News Letter

> Interview with Robin Bury in the News Letter

> Review by Kim Bielenberg in the Sunday Independent

The book can be purchased from The History Press, and other outlets such as Dubray Books, WorderyAmazon, and in eBook format from outlets such as WHSmith.

9781845888800

Book Cover Picture: The History Press
Event photo: Ashleigh Ekins

Debate on the battle of the Somme at Irish embassy

Interesting debate on commemorating the battle of the Somme with comments on how commemorations were much more inclusive for 1916.

Ireland – 1916 and Beyond: The Somme

Jeffrey Donaldson MP, Andrew Murrison MP and Dr Catriona Pennell speak about the significance of the battle of the Somme in an event at the Irish Embassy in London on Tuesday 14 June.

 

We must acknowledge British soldiers killed in the Rising

Republic owes it itself to engage with history in all of its complexity and nuance

As many as 125 soldiers of the British army died during the Easter Rising. They came from every part of Ireland, as well as England,Wales, Scotland and further afield. Men from Kilkenny and Armagh fought alongside those from Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire.

Image: Grangegorman Military Cemetary, Dublin