Con & Jeremiah Delaney Victims Of Burning Of Cork By Black & Tans A cruel and horrific deed that shocked many nations around the world was perpetuated on two young Corkmen as they lay asleep in their parental farmhouse home on the northern outskirts of Cork city on 12th December…
James Connolly - From Edinburgh To Dublin and 1916 Easter Rising Leader The historic image of James Connolly strapped into a chair for his 1916 execution at Kilmainham Jail in Dublin, is an abiding memory for millions of Irish men and women throughout the world. His limb and fragile body was…
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa - Corkman Was A Rebel Fenian Of 19th Century Ireland Fearless and aggressive in his determination to free his native land from foreign rule, Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa became a legendary Irish Fenian leader of the 19th century. He was sentenced to penal servitude for life in 1865, aged thirty…
 Eamon Kent: Famous 1916 Irish Patriot The Irish Easter Rising of 1916 in Dublin was responsible for the establishment of many famous Irish martyrs. Their sole objective was to free the thirty two counties of Ireland of English occupation that had existed for eight hundred years.  Eamon Kent had a cultural…
Terence McSwiney: Patriotic Lord Mayor Of Cork Died On Hunger Strike The legacy of Terence MacSwiney is duly imbedded in Ireland’s history books. An Irish playwright, author and politician, he was elected as Sinn Féin Lord Mayor of Cork during the Irish War of Independence in 1920. With British rule…
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